Why Religion Is Not Necessary for Living an Ethical Life
Phil Zuckerman is the nation’s leading expert on secularism, and the chair of the nation's first-ever Secular Studies program. He is the author of Living the Secular Life (Penguin Press, 2014) —an “Editor’s Choice” pick by the New York Times Book Review, a “Best Book of 2014” by Publishers Weekly, and a “Best Book of the Month” by Amazon. His work has been reviewed widely and was touted by David Brooks, Susan Jacoby, Patt Morrison, Denis Praeger, Tom Ashbrook/NRP, and Chelsea Handler.
But as the political environment of our country starts to corrupt our daily lives, suddenly Zuckerman's new book becomes even more urgent and timely.
For fans of Jonathan Haidt, Christopher Hitchens, and Elaine Pagels
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