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Bertrand Russell

Bertrand Russell

[ 1872 - 1970 ]

A Free Man's Worship (Off Site)

Am I an Atheist or an Agnostic?: A Plea for Tolerance in the Face of New Dogmas (1947) (Off Site)

Has Religion Made Useful Contributions to Civilization? (Off Site)

Is There A God? (Off Site)

On the Value of Skepticism (Off Site)

The Theologian's Nightmare (Off Site)

What Is an Agnostic? (1953) (Off Site)

What is the Soul? (Off Site)

Why I Am A Rationalist (Off Site)

Why I Am Not A Christian (Off Site)

Apologetics in Practice (Off Site) by Greg Bahnsen

Why Bertrand Russell Was Not A Christian (1996) by Rev. Ralph A. Smith (Off Site)

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The Bertrand Russell Archives (Off Site)

The Bertrand Russell Society (Off Site)

Bertrand Arthur William Russell, (1872–1970), was a British philosopher, historian, logician, mathematician, and prolific author. He popularized philosophy and commentated on a large variety of topics. In his own words: "I am as firmly convinced that religions do harm as I am that they are untrue."

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Why I Am Not a Christian

Why I Am Not a Christian

Dedicated as few men have been to the life of reason, Bertrand Russell has always been concerned with the basic questions to which religion also addresses itself — questions about man’s place in the universe and the nature of the good life, questions that involve life after death, morality, freedom, education, and sexual ethics. He […]