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These atheist students know their rights and have fought for them, sometimes at tremendous personal cost. Their examples serve as inspiration for all the young atheists out there who live in communities where school often feels no different from church and teachers are no different from preachers. This handbook is a resource for parents, teachers, friends, and young atheists themselves. Hemant Mehta, "The Friendly Atheist", blogger at patheos.com, discusses how to deal with teachers and administrators who promote faith in public schools, handle the peer pressure and ostracism that may come with being an outspoken atheist, and create successful student groups that encourage conversation over conversion.
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By Jeroen on 05-14-14
Interesting take on the young Atheist movement
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Yes I would. And it wouldn't just be the non religious ones. Not only does Mehta's book explain how important it is for young atheists to be involved in the atheist scene, it also illustrates how our rights are constantly being infringed or outright attacked.
What was one of the most memorable moments of The Young Atheist's Survival Guide?
The closing chapter. Mehta clearly left on a high note showing a very bright future.
Which character – as performed by Hemant Mehta – was your favorite?
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