The Peril of Faith



Bard reviews the positive aspects of atheism and the logical arguments for it. He also introduces the reader to some of the heroes of atheism and to the nonreligious foundation of the United States.

About the Author

Bard was born in 1924 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. After a formal education which included two years at Lancaster?s Franklin & Marshall College, he entered the U.S. Army Air Force where he spent some time during the Second World War. He was employed as a supervisor in the cigar tobacco storage industry, where he worked for thirty-two years, retiring in 1980.


Publisher:?Gustav Broukal Press
Page Count:?175

SKU: 9780910309646 Category: Tags: ,

Additional information

Weight 8 oz
Dimensions 8.375 × 5.375 × 0.5 in