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Issue Details: First known date: 2010... 2010 Storm
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    y separately published work icon The Australian Book of Atheism Warren Bonett (editor), Carlton North : Scribe , 2010 Z1758773 2010 anthology essay

    'Does the Anzac ethos have roots in atheism? Does prayer have a place in Parliament? Should "creation science" be taught in Australian schools? Is atheism maligned in political debate? Will Australia's future be godless?

    'While prominent international thinkers have made significant contributions to the general conversation on belief and religion, Australians have been less heard.

    'The Australian Book of Atheism is the first collection to explore atheism from an Australian viewpoint. Bringing together essays from 33 of the nation's pre-eminent atheist, rationalist, humanist, and sceptical thinkers, it canvasses a range of opinions on religion and secularism in Australia.

    'Including contributions from Michael Bachelard, Dr Leslie Cannold, Robyn Williams, Lyn Allison, Tim Minchin, and Dr Philip Nitschke, this is a diverse and entertaining collection of thoughts on a world without God.' (From the publisher's website.)

    Carlton North : Scribe , 2010
    pg. 97-105
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