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Engaging Atheism

Stacy Trasancos

An Inquiry into the Best Philosophical Arguments for Atheism by a Catholic

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  • Stacy Trasancos

    I'm the author of "Particles of Faith" and "Behold, It Is I." My project here, "Engaging Atheism," is about understanding the best arguments for atheism and theism.

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