Vital Aspects Of Famous Atheists – The Best Routes

Many individuals throughout history haven’t believed in a god or gods. famous atheistssuch as for example Christopher Hitchens and Richard Dawkins are well known. There are numerous other famous people who also don’t believe in any of the gods. Below is just a short listing of famous atheists along with a brief biography.

Christopher Hitchens (1949) is an author Famous Atheists and journalist. His books include God isn’t Great and The Missionary Position. Hitchens became an American citizen on the 13th of April 2007. His newest book is Hitch-22: A Memoir.

Richard Dawkins (1941) can be an evolutionary biologist, Ethologist and author. Sometimes described in the media as “Darwin’s Rottweiler”, Dawkins is the author of many books like the bestseller The God Delusion which he makes the case that the supernatural creator probably doesn’t exist. In his latest book The Greatest Show on Earth Dawkins lays out the evidence for biological evolution. At its annual conference Atheists Alliance International presents the Richard Dawkins Award to an atheist who has been influential in raising public awareness of atheism.

Sam Harris (1967) can be an author, neuroscientist and CEO of Project Reason. His books include The End of Faith and Letter to a Christian. His third book The Moral Landscape Harris argues that science can be quite a source of morals. Sam writes about many topics including science, religion, philosophy, and morality.

PZ Myers (1957) is a biology professor and writer of the blog Pharyngula where he addresses topics such as for example creationism, Intelligent Design, science education, and atheism. PZ describes Pharyngula as “Evolution, development, and random biological ejaculations from a godless liberal.”

Penn and Teller are magicians, comedians, illusionists and host of the television show Bullshit! which deals with topics such as for example creationism, pseudoscience, alternative medicine and animal rights.

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