Australia (PRWEB) August 26, 2013
In a recent study conducted by WIN-Gallup International, it is revealed that atheism is rising in the United States and other countries worldwide while religiosity is declining. There might be a growing acceptance of atheism but this trend has not minimized the many misconceptions around it. In his upcoming book, The Death of Ignorant Atheism: Exposing The Misconceptions, James Duncan exposes these fallacies while examining the two completely different belief systems both known by the same title of “atheism”.
Duncan believes that discovery is one of the most exciting and rewarding aspects of life. His new book is a product of his quest for answers and understanding. Here, he dispels the misconceptions associated with atheism and belief in God and draws attention to the fact that the true meaning of atheism is virtually unknown to the general public.
In The Death of Ignorant Atheism, Duncan shows that there are two completely different types of people who identify themselves as atheists, the first group is unaware of the true philosophical understanding of the term “God”, and the second knows that atheism is unworkable but deny the existence of a creator for their own private reasons. He then demonstrates how the most common arguments in favour of atheism cannot withstand simple logical analysis.
Timely and relevant, The Death of Ignorant Atheism serves both as an insightful starting ground for beginners or outsiders and a source of incisive and thought-provoking insights for self-professed atheists.
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About the Author
James Duncan has always had a profound interest in philosophy. As a teenager, he developed a fascination with the big questions of life and thus his journey of discovery began and has never stopped. He enjoys reading philosophical literature, both modern and ancient.
The Death of Ignorant Atheism * by James Duncan
Exposing The Misconceptions
Publication Date: July 11, 2013
Trade Paperback; AU$19.99; 59 pages; 978-1-4836-6531-3
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