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An Atheist's History of Belief: Understanding Our Most Extraordinary…

by Matthew Kneale

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This book is what it promises to be from the title, though I would have added the word "brief" as it really is just an overview - thousands of pages could be written on the subject! Overall a good read for anyone looking to start learning a bit about theology. ( )
  Jane-Phillips | Jun 8, 2017 |
An extraordinary tour of why we have religion and how each faith has been derived, and from where.
  xtofersdad | May 9, 2016 |
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Traces the roots and history of faith, from the primordial to the contemporary, examining how people establish their beliefs and the development of specific aspects of faith through historical events.

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