References for books we wish Atheist Republic CEO Jim Majors would read and review, or have review. Let us also repeat our suggestion that Atheist Republic regularly post articles on their forums of Atheists Acting Badly, including religious people being beat up for specific Atheist reasons (opposition to “religion”).
Here’s the show we were on. References for Jim Majors and the rest of Atheist Republic below.
The New Atheist Denial of History by Borden W. Painter Jr.: Proves hate-propaganda distributed by modern Atheists on the Internet is directly out of Soviet propaganda, and other ideological anti-religious propaganda from Secular regimes:
Storming the Heavens: The Soviet League of the Militant Godless by Daniel Peris. Anyone who reads this will see, quite eerily, how many online Atheist groups match this Stalinist hate movement that tortured, mutilated, “re-educated,” raped, and murdered millions–in the name of Atheism.
The New Atheist Threat: The Rise of Secular Extremists by CJ Werleman: A Professional Atheist exposes some of his other Professional Atheists for their propagandizing and “will skeptic for cash” ways, and their tendency to destroy their critics:
Faith of the Fatherless by psychologist Paul C. Vitz. Based on extensive social science, peer reviewed, you can look at yourself: https://smile.amazon.com/Faith-Fatherless-Psychology-Paul-Vitz-ebook/dp/B00GB97UE8/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=faith+of+the+fatherless&qid=1549676333&sr=8-1
Born Believers: The Science of Children’s Religious Belief by research psychologist Justin L. Barrett. God is not a delusion and not “indoctrination” — sorry Atheists! https://smile.amazon.com/Born-Believers-Science-Childrens-Religious-ebook/dp/B005FLOGGS/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=born+believers&qid=1549676363&sr=8-1 Typical example of an
Atheist Republic hate comment (one single example of countless):
Lies about the nonexistent “Christian Dark Ages” (one single example)
Books recommended on the Inquisition and Science:
Bearing False Witness: Debunking Centuries of Anti-Catholic History
Galileo Goes to Jail & Other Myths about Science & Religion
Max D. of Michigan is a past rabble-rouser now pursuing less provocative pursuits.