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==People==
 
==People==
: ''See also:'' [[Iron Chariots Wiki:Requested pages/Lists of atheists]]
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: ''See also:'' [[Iron Chariots Wiki:Requested pages/Lists of nontheists]]
===Living===
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=== Nontheists ===
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* [[Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche]]
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* [[Michael Martin]]
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* [[Graham Oppy]]
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* [[George Hamilton Smith]]
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=== Theists ===
 
* [[Josh McDowell]]
 
* [[Josh McDowell]]
 
* [[Roy Moore]]
 
* [[Roy Moore]]
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* [[Alvin Plantinga]]
 
* [[Ralph Reed]]
 
* [[Ralph Reed]]
 
* [[James Rutz]] ([[Jim Rutz]] as redirect)
 
* [[James Rutz]] ([[Jim Rutz]] as redirect)
===Dead/historical===
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* [[Richard Swinburne]]
* [[Carl Sagan]]
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* [[René Descartes]]
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===Fictional, Biblical, scriptural===
 
===Fictional, Biblical, scriptural===
 
* [[Abraham]]
 
* [[Abraham]]
* [[Muhammad]]
 
 
* [[Paul]]
 
* [[Paul]]
 
* [[Shiva]]
 
* [[Shiva]]
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==Religions and religious topics==
 
==Religions and religious topics==
* [[Blasphemy]]
 
 
* [[Calvinism]] ([[Calvinist]] as redirect)
 
* [[Calvinism]] ([[Calvinist]] as redirect)
 
* [[Canon]]
 
* [[Canon]]
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* [[Crimen Sollicitationis]] (A document from the Catholic Church that set the global policy for the treatment of allegations of sex crimes)
 
* [[Crimen Sollicitationis]] (A document from the Catholic Church that set the global policy for the treatment of allegations of sex crimes)
 
* [[Cult]]
 
* [[Cult]]
* [[Doctrine]]
 
 
* [[Heresy]], [[heretic]], [[heretical]]
 
* [[Heresy]], [[heretic]], [[heretical]]
* [[Israel]], [[Israelite]], [[Israelites]]
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* [[Israel]]
 
* [[Pagan]], [[Pagans]], [[Paganism]]
 
* [[Pagan]], [[Pagans]], [[Paganism]]
* [[Pantheon]]
 
* [[Rapture]]
 
 
* [[Saint]]
 
* [[Saint]]
 
* [[Sermon]]
 
* [[Sermon]]
* [[Trinity]] Explain [[trinitarianism]] and the heretical concepts surrounding it such as [[modulism]] (one god shows self in three ways) and [[tritheism]] (three seperate beings)
 
 
* [[Worship]]
 
* [[Worship]]
* [[Zion]], [[Zionism]], [[Zionist]]
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===Specific denominations, sects, cults===
 
===Specific denominations, sects, cults===
 
* [[Bahá'í faith]]
 
* [[Bahá'í faith]]
 
* [[Jainism]]
 
* [[Jainism]]
* [[Orthodox Judaism]]
 
 
* [[Shia Islam]] (see [[Wikipedia:Shia Islam]] for various possible redirects)
 
* [[Shia Islam]] (see [[Wikipedia:Shia Islam]] for various possible redirects)
 
* [[Shinto]] ([[Shintoism]] as redirect)
 
* [[Shinto]] ([[Shintoism]] as redirect)
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===Religious texts===
 
===Religious texts===
 
* almost all of the individual books of the Bible (see [[Template:Books of the Bible]] for a listing)
 
* almost all of the individual books of the Bible (see [[Template:Books of the Bible]] for a listing)
* [[Dead Sea scrolls]]
 
 
* [[Torah]], [[Tanakh]], [[Talmud]]
 
* [[Torah]], [[Tanakh]], [[Talmud]]
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===Bible stories, parables, etc.===
 
===Bible stories, parables, etc.===
 
* [[Gods in the Old Testament]] — episodes 464, 466, and 483 of ''[[The Atheist Experience]]'' could be good starting points
 
* [[Gods in the Old Testament]] — episodes 464, 466, and 483 of ''[[The Atheist Experience]]'' could be good starting points
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==Media==
 
==Media==
 
===Books, articles, essays, other writings===
 
===Books, articles, essays, other writings===
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* ''[[Atheism: The Case Against God]]'' by [[George H. Smith]], ISBN 978-0879751241
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** [[wikipedia:George H. Smith|George H. Smith]], Wikipedia
 
* ''[[The End of Faith]]'' by [[Sam Harris]]
 
* ''[[The End of Faith]]'' by [[Sam Harris]]
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* ''[[The Moral Landscape]]: How Science Can Determine Human Values'' by [[Sam Harris]]
 
* ''[[Skeptical Inquirer]]''
 
* ''[[Skeptical Inquirer]]''
* ''[[Life--How Did it Get Here?]] By Evolution or By Creation?'', Watchtower society anti-evolution book.
 
 
* ''[[Atheist Books and Literature Listings]]'' Listing of published atheist literature by title and author
 
* ''[[Atheist Books and Literature Listings]]'' Listing of published atheist literature by title and author
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* Edgar C. Whisenant, ''[[88 Reasons Why the Rapture Will Be in 1988]]'' (see [http://www.scribd.com/doc/14080011/88-Reasons-Why-The-Rapture-Will-Be-in-1988] and [http://www.isitso.org/guide/whise.html])
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====Apologetics====
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* ''[[Rational Conclusions]]'' by James D. Agresti (2009), claims to "meticulously demonstrate the truthfulness of the Bible."  I can't find a critical review of it, so it would be good to get one written, and post (or link to) it here.
  
 
===Film, TV, video===
 
===Film, TV, video===
  
 
===Websites, blogs, podcasts===
 
===Websites, blogs, podcasts===
* [[Eight Hour Lunch]]
 
 
* [[Secular Web]]
 
* [[Secular Web]]
* [[Point of Inquiry]]
 
  
 
==General, miscellaneous, other==
 
==General, miscellaneous, other==

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People

See also: Iron Chariots Wiki:Requested pages/Lists of nontheists

Nontheists

Theists

Fictional, Biblical, scriptural

Religions and religious topics

Specific denominations, sects, cults

Religious texts

Bible stories, parables, etc.

Supernatural, paranormal, magic, myth

Philosophy, logic, ethics

Politics, society, culture

Law

(Court cases, the state of freedom of religion in various states and countries, etc.)

  • Torcaso v. Watkins -- The Supreme Court case that extended "no religious test" to states.

Science

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  • Human
  • Mind
  • Nature
  • Volcanoes A recent episode of The 700 Club presented Seven Wonders Museum curator Lloyd Anderson, who claims Mount St. Helens is proof that the earth can change drastically in a short period of time. This needs to be refuted with some hard facts.

Media

Books, articles, essays, other writings

Apologetics

  • Rational Conclusions by James D. Agresti (2009), claims to "meticulously demonstrate the truthfulness of the Bible." I can't find a critical review of it, so it would be good to get one written, and post (or link to) it here.

Film, TV, video

Websites, blogs, podcasts

General, miscellaneous, other

See also

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