I was happy to find "The Six Ways of Atheism" at my library. When I checked out this book, a young male librarian asked if I was doing a project for school (uh, it's summer time, meat head). I told him it was for my own personal self and the turned away with a disgusted look that was priceless! He didn't even say good-bye! As I walked away I told him this was a great book and that I recommend he reads it (of course I hadn't read it yet).
My two favorites are Dan Barker's Losing Faith in Faith and David Mills' Atheist Universe.
if you do not have time to read it , Dawkins made an audiobook to it.
but it is a quick read, re-read .
how about a nice movie such as
Life of Brian
I'm reading Sarah Vowel's book now: "The Wordy Shipmates". Just started it last night. It's about the Puritan dissenters who sailed from England to NEW England in 1630 to start a new life in the new world. Vowel is both educational and comical. Her writing is both historical and hysterically funny. Just finished her short story book: "Take the Cannoli", and loved it. I'm on a roll and will be reading "Partly Cloudy Patriot" next. Can you tell I'm hooked on her writing style??
In my small atheist collection, I own Sagan's "Demon Haunted World", Dawkins' "God Delusion", Dennett's "Breaking the Spell", and 2 books by Susan Jacoby: "Age of American Unreason" and "Freethinkers".