SM Bibliography

My Library

My Library

Here is an ongoing list of books I reference on this blog. That, or simply books I’ve read that I would like to share with you. I’m also always looking for book selections, so if you want to suggest something, I’m all ears.


  Away With All Gods! – Bob Avakian

  Close Encounters With the Religious Right ~ Robert Boston

  The Demon-Haunted World – Carl Sagan

  The End of FaithSam Harris

  The God DelusionRichard Dawkins

  God is Not Great – Christopher Hitchens

  God: The Failed HypothesisVictor Stenger

  God, No! – Penn Jillette

  GodlessDan Barker

  The Good News Club – Katherine Stewart

  History, Homer, Bible Christ ~ Richard Carrier

  Hitch-22 – Christopher Hitchens

  The Homemade Atheist – Betty Brogaard

  The Humanist AlternativePaul Kurtz (Ed.)

  InfidelAyaan Hirsi Ali

  Ingersoll the Magnificent – Joseph Lewis

  Letter to a Christian NationSam Harris

  Letters to a Young Contrarian – Christopher Hitchens

  Liars for JesusChris Rodda

  Losing My ReligionWilliam Lobdell

  The Moral Landscape Sam Harris

  Mortality – Christopher Hitchens

  The Necessity of Atheism – David Marshall Brooks

  The New AtheismVictor Stenger

  NomadAyaan Hirsi Ali

  Proving History – Richard C. Carrier

Religion on Trial ~ Chester Dolan

  Science and Creationism – Montagu (Ed.)

  Why I Am Not a Muslim – Ibn Warraq

  Why Orwell Matters – Christopher Hitchens

  Why People Believe Weird ThingsMichael Shermer

Classic Fiction:

  The Brothers Karamazov – Fyodor Dostoevsky


  The Catcher in the Rye – J.D. Salinger

  The Complete Sherlock Holmes – Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

David Copperfield ~ Charles Dickens

  Hamlet – William Shakespeare

  A Life in Letters – Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (Biography)

Middlemarch ~ George Eliot

The Sound and the Fury ~ William Faulkner

  The Theban Plays – Sophocles

Dystopian Fiction:

  1984 – George Orwell

  A Brave New World – Aldous Huxley

  A Clockwork Orange – Anthony Burgess

  Fahrenheit 451 – Ray Bradbury

  The Walking Dead: Compendiums 1&2 ~ Robert Kirkman

  We – Yevgeny Zamyatin


  The AnalectsConfucius

  The Communist ManifestoMarx and Engels

  The Complete Works of AristotleAristotle

  History of Philosophy Vol. I – Frederick Copleston

  A History of Philosophy Vol. I – Anders Wedberg

  The History of Scepticism: From Erasmus to Spinoza – Richard H. Popkin

  Philosophy and Religious Belief – Thomas McPherson

  Plato: Collected Dialogues – Plato

  Star Trek and Philosophy – Eberl and Decker


  Answering the New Atheism – Hahn and Wiker

  The Case for God – Karen Armstrong

  The Elementary Forms of the Religious Life – Emile Durkheim (sociology of religion)

  The Heart of Christianity – Marcus J. Borg

  The King James Bible ~ God

  The Language of God ~ Francis Collins

  Natural Theology – William Paley

  The Twilight of Atheism – Alister McGrath

Science; History of Science; Philosophy of Science; Mathematics:

  Against MethodPaul Feyerabend

  The Autobiography of Charles Darwin – Charles Darwin

  The Beginnings of Western Science – David C. Lindberg

  The Blind WatchmakerRichard Dawkins

  Cogwheels of the Mind: The Story of Venn Diagrams – A.W.F. Edwards

  Darwin – Desmond and Moore

  The Devil in Dover – Lauri Lebo

Fascinating Hieroglyphics ~ Christian Jacq

  The Greatest Show on EarthRichard Dawkins

  J.D. Bernal: The Sage of Science ~ Andrew Brown

  Magill’s Survey of Science (Physical Science Series) Vol. I

The Naked Scientist

  On the Origin of Species – Charles Darwin

  A Short History of Nearly Everything – Bill Bryson

  Six Easy Pieces – Richard Feynman

  The Structure of Scientific Revolutions – Thomas Kuhn

  The Varieties of Scientific Experience – Carl Sagan

  Voyage of the Beagle – Charles Darwin

Science Fiction:

  Contact – Carl Sagan

  The Foundation Novels – Isaac Asimov

  Hitchhiker’s Guide Novels – Douglas Adams

  Robopocalypse – Daniel H. Wilson

  Stranger in a Strange Land – Robert A. Heinlein










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