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100 Facts Every Atheist Teen Must Know

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100 Facts Every Atheist Teen Must Know
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Publisher: atheismfacts.org
ISBN/ASIN: B00930KGL6

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This book contains commentary on many topics that religious people preach from misunderstanding. This cognitive gap must be filled for it is inherently harmful to believe falsehoods, worse still to pass ignorance on to the next generation. It is axiomatic that the propagation of lies is detrimental to survival.

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