Every year the number of really good books for atheist, agnostic, and skeptical readers seems to be growing. That may be because the audience for such books is growing, too! So which of the books published in 2011 do you think was best?
Readers nominated a lot of different books and now we have the five finalists for you to vote on.
To be eligible, a book had to be first published in 2011, had to be written by someone who identifies as an atheist, agnostic, skeptic, or freethinker, and the subject must be atheism, agnosticism, freethought, religious critique, etc.
Here are links to more information about each of the books that are finalists for the Favorite Agnostic / Atheist Book of 2011:
- The Magic of Reality, by Richard Dawkins
- Letters To Christian Leaders - Hollow Be Thy Claims, by Jake Farr-Wharton
- The Atheist's Guide To Reality, by Alex Rosenberg
- The End of Christianity, by John W. Loftus
- The Fallacy of Fine-Tuning: Why the Universe Is Not Designed for Us, by Victor J. Stenger
- Favorite Agnostic / Atheist to Follow on Twitter of 2011
- Favorite Agnostic / Atheist Website of 2011
- Favorite Agnostic / Atheist Podcast of 2011
- Favorite Agnostic / Atheist Blog of 2011
- Favorite Agnostic / Atheist Facebook Page of 2011
- Favorite Agnostic / Atheist Ad of 2011
- Favorite Agnostic / Atheist Community of 2011
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