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The Historical Library is provided for those doing research into the history of nontheism. It is not intended to be--and should not be used as--a source of modern, up-to-date information regarding atheistic issues. DO NOT CONTACT US ABOUT THESE DOCUMENTS. Please read the full Historical Library Disclaimer

Nontheism

 

Nontheism (general)

The Existence Of God; or Questions For Theists by Charles Watts (1894)

Secularism: Its Relation To The Social Problems Of The Day by Charles Watts (1894)

 

Atheism

The Atheism Of Astronomy by Woolsey Teller (1938)

Atheist Russia Shakes The World by Joseph McCabe

Is The Position Of Atheism Getting Stronger? by Joseph McCabe (1936)

Is Theism A Logical Philosophy? by E. Haldeman-Julius (Debate with Rev. B. A. Jenkins) (1930)

The Meaning Of Atheism by E. Haldeman-Julius

The Philosophy of Atheism by Joseph Lewis (1960) (Off Site)

Why I Left The Ministry And Became An Atheist by Vincent Runyon (1959)

 

Arguments for Atheism

The Existence Of God; or Questions For Theists by Charles Watts (1894)

Is Theism A Logical Philosophy? by E. Haldeman-Julius (Debate with Rev. B. A. Jenkins) (1930)

The Necessity Of Atheism by Percy Shelley (1813)

A Plea For Atheism by Charles Bradlaugh (1864)

The Three Imposters by Unknown

 

Ethics Without God

Cruelty In The Elmira Reformatory by Robert Ingersoll

The Ethics Of Belief by W. K. Clifford

Excerpts from The World as I see it by Albert Einstein (Off Site)

"Hitler Aims Blow at 'Godless' Move" (1933) [ 3K ] by Author Unknown

How To Reform Mankind by Robert Ingersoll (1896)

Is Divorce Wrong? by Robert Ingersoll (1889)

Is It Ever Right For A Husband Or Wife To Kill A Rival? by Robert Ingersoll

Is Suicide A Sin? by Robert Ingersoll (1894)

The Limits Of Toleration by Robert Ingersoll

Morals and Emotions by Albert Einstein (Off Site)

Secular Morality: What Is It? by Charles Watts (1880)

Should Infidels Send Their Children To Sunday School? by Robert Ingersoll

Suicide A Sin by Robert Ingersoll (Interview) (1895)

A Tribute To Henry Ward Beecher by Robert Ingersoll (1887)

Vivisection by Robert Ingersoll

What Infidels Have Done by Robert Ingersoll

What Would You Substitute For The Bible As A Moral Guide? by Robert Ingersoll

Why Do Right? A Secularist's Answer by Charles Watts

 

Materialism

The Atheism Of Astronomy by Woolsey Teller (1938)

The Brain And The Bible by Robert Ingersoll (Preface)

Leviathan by Thomas Hobbes (1651)

What is Man? by Mark Twain

 

Naturalism

How To Reform Mankind by Robert Ingersoll (1896)

The Improved Man by Robert Ingersoll

On The Nature Of Things by Lucretius (Off Site)

Superstition by Robert Ingersoll (1898)

 

Secularism and Humanism

Col. Ingersoll's Reply To His Critics; Robert Ingersoll (On Suicide)

Convention Of The American Secular Union; Robert Ingersoll (1885)

Convention Of The National Liberal League by Robert Ingersoll (1879)

A History Of The British Secular Movement by John McGee

A Message To America by Charles Potter (1933)

Secularism by Robert Ingersoll

Secularism: Its Relation To The Social Problems Of The Day by Charles Watts (1894)

The Secularist's Catechism by Charles Watts (1896)

Spain And The Spaniard by Robert Ingersoll

A Tribute To Courtlandt Palmer by Robert Ingersoll (1888)

Which Way? by Robert Ingersoll (1884)

Why Do Right? A Secularist's Answer by Charles Watts


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The Historical Library is provided for those doing research into the history of nontheism. It is not intended to be--and should not be used as--a source of modern, up-to-date information regarding atheistic issues. DO NOT CONTACT US ABOUT THESE DOCUMENTS. Please read the full Historical Library Disclaimer
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