The Atheist's Bible: An Illustrious Collection of Irreverent Thoughts
The Atheist's Bible is the 1st publication of the Sound chunk Library, which additionally comprises You do not need to be Buddhist to grasp Nothing and The e-book of I.
"All pondering males are atheists," Ernest Hemingway famously wrote. actual? listed below are quips, fees, and questions from a exotic collection of geniuses and jokers, giving readers an opportunity to choose for themselves....
When i believe of all of the damage [the bible] has performed, I depression of ever writing whatever to equivalent it.
SAINT, n. A useless sinner revised and edited.
There ain't no resolution. There ain't going to be any solution. There by no means has been a solution. that is the answer.
Do now not allow your self be deceived: nice intellects are skeptical.
Millions lengthy for immortality who have no idea what to do with themselves on a wet Sunday afternoon.
God is love, yet get it in writing.
Gypsy Rose Lee
Nothing is finally sacred however the integrity of our personal mind.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
The undeniable fact that a believer is happier than a skeptic is not any extra to the purpose than the truth that a drunken guy is happier than a sober one.
George Bernard Shaw
however the lifestyles that you simply reside is determined by your selection. —Paul Kurtz a hundred and seventy t h e a t h e i s t ’ s b i b l e the belief of an exceptional society is whatever you don't need a faith and everlasting punishment to buttress; you wish a faith while you are frightened of demise. —Gore Vidal it's a curious factor . . . that each creed gives you a paradise as a way to be totally uninhabitable for someone of civilized flavor. —Evelyn Waugh simple task in regards to the subsequent lifestyles is just incompatible with tolerance during this.
author: 7 eco, umberto (b. 1932), Italian author, literary critic and historian: seventy seven, ninety five edison, thomas (1847–1931), U.S. inventor: 20, forty two einstein, albert (1879–1955), German-born U.S. physicist: 18, forty three, forty four, forty six, fifty one, eighty one, 87, 89, one zero five, 107, 161 eisenhower , dwight d. (1890–1969), thirty-fourth president of the us: 114 eliot, george (Mary Ann Evans) (1819–1880), English author and poet: fifty eight, 87, ninety four, 119, 121, 161 182 Index eliot, t. s. (Thomas Stearns) (1888–1965), U.S.-born English.
17 salacrou, armand (1899–1989), French playwright and screenwriter: 39 sandburg, carl (1878–1967), U.S. poet and author: a hundred and seventy sanger , margaret (1883–1966), U.S. reformer and contraception activist: 124 santayana , george (1863–1952), Spanish-born U.S. thinker and critic: 134–35 schopenhauer arthur (1788–1860), German thinker: 18, 32, ninety two, ninety seven schumaker , john f. (b. 1949), U.S. psychologist: 32 seneca the more youthful (ca. four b.c.–a .d. 65), Roman thinker and poet: seventy four shakespeare,.
universal, that they're an out-rage to good judgment, for they're pieced jointly out of a number of components, a few of which appear so unworthy, sordid, and at odds with man’s cause that any robust and energetic intelligence laughs at them. —Pierre Charron the concept He might take his recognition clear of the universe for you to provide me a bicycle with 3 speeds is simply so not likely that I can’t go together with it. —Quentin Crisp * Attributed to statements Camus made on the Dominican Monastery.
“Whoever observed an angel barefooted?” —Robert G. Ingersoll i'm one of many lingering undesirable ones, and so do I slink away, and pause, and reflect on, and give some thought to, and pause, and do paintings with no figuring out why—not without doubt for this short global, and extra certain it's not for Heaven. —Emily Dickinson Subtract from the hot testomony the amazing and hugely unbelievable, and what's going to be the rest? —George Eliot Why may still I worry dying? If i'm, demise isn't really. If loss of life is, it's not that i am. Why should still I worry that which.