[Marxism] Texts against Religion
christopher.hutch at gmail.com
Thu Sep 10 20:41:31 MDT 2009
I really enjoyed John Bellamy Fosters, Critique of Intelligent Design and
think it is well worth the read.
On Thu, Sep 10, 2009 at 10:23 PM, Richard Menec <menecraj at shaw.ca> wrote:
> Paul Papadeas asked:
> > What is a solid list of books that you recommend critiquing organized
> > religion and/or Christianity (Protestanism in general)- both from the
> > and modern?
> A fellow by the name of Upton Sinclair did quite a muckraking job with the
> publication of "The Profits of Religion; An Essay in Economic
> Interpretation" (self-published), in 1918. It caused quite a stir at the
> time, and should still be of interest. I read it in highschool so can't
> comment on it at length, except to say that he exposed them all, from the
> Mormon sects to the Seventh Day Adventists.
> A search at vialibri turns up 436 matches: http://www.vialibri.net/
> Richard Menec
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