Black and Atheist Too: My journey Living Through Discovery of the Non-existence of God, by Dr. Arthur r. Byrd. A new book available now. Follow Dr. Byrd from his humble Christian upbringing in the small rural community of Nigton Texas, through his transition to atheism while in the Air Force in the sixties; then his development of an intellectual understanding of atheism; the humor of religion; dealing with death and tragedy without God; and a critique of who is more moral, believers or non-believers.
In this book you will gain insight on what it means to be Black and Atheist Too. Dr. Byrd takes you on a journey through his religious way of thinking as he grew up in Texas; his academic and intellectual development of atheism thought; the humor and irony of the Bible and many religious practices; dealing with tragedy and death without God; and an exploration of the Gods of many lands, superstition, and the miss-application of knowledge. You will also understand the anguish one endures as a Black who does not believe in God; the sense of isolation; the sense of frustration, and being labeled a “Doubting Thomas”. The book is documented with historical and statistical references on the development of Gods, superstition, and the embrace of religious dogma, and the development of Black religion in the US. A must read for religious and non-religious people alike.
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