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May 31 , 2015

Facing Oblivion: Essays on Life, Death and Grieving from a Nonbeliever

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Life is an amazing thing, filled withhappiness, optimism, sadness and pain. Theists have said atheists are incapable of experiencing the beauty of life because they do not believe in a god. Furthermore, theists have said the grieving process is ruined because atheists generally do not believe in an afterlife.

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In his fourth book, Facing Oblivion, J. D. Brucker argues against those claims to show it's possible to live fruitfully and grieve properly without a belief in a god.




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