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Free Deism ePublications




Below are some free Deism ePublications. I hope you find them to be thought-provoking, inspiring and useful. Please feel free to share them with family and friends, as the more we get the word out about Deism, the better! For a free subscription to our free Deism ePublications THINKonline! and Bruno & Ripoll's Bulletin, click the "Join Our Mailing List" link at the bottom of the page.


Thomas Paine's vitally important landmark book on God, Deism and religion,

The Age of Reason!


The Age of Reason
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Why We Became Deists


Why We Became Deists
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Deism Destroys Fear of Death

Deism Destroys Fear of Death
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Anti-God or Anti-Christ?


Defending God From the Holy Books Anti God or Anti Christ 20
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How the "Holy" Books Destroy Trust in God: Faith Versus Trust

Defending God From the Holy Books Trust God 30 2
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10 Assaults Against God in the Bible


10 Biblical Assaults Against God
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10 Assaults Against God in the Quran

Defending God From the Holy Books 9 10 Quranic Assaults Against God 2
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Deism's Principles - Deism Values People


Deisms Principles - Deism Values People
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The Invention of Evil

The Invention of Evil
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Unfettered Journey is a wonderful, deistic, engaging, meaningful and thought-provoking novel by our fellow Deist Gary Bengier. Click here to go to Gary's site and download this amazing book in Kindle or Apple format for free!

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An example of one of the rules laid out in the Bible that needs to be questioned is the commandment, one of the so-regarded "Ten Commandments", to "honor your father and mother". Even if one's parents might be abusive or otherwise not worthy of honor.


It should be obvious, if one thinks about it, that it is wrong to tell somebody with abusive parents that that person has a duty or obligation to honor such parents.

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Yes, insight is a manifestation of applying our Reason, i.e. our reasoning ability and our critical facilities. Such insight, or wisdom, can be found in, yes, some of the so-regarded "holy" books, and also in the writings of many secular philosophers.


It is important to remember that anything written by human beings is, at best, fallible. This includes things that are written in the "holy" books, and in writings by secular philosophers. So such insights should be, maybe not ignored but always examined critically.

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Please do not confuse revelation with insight. The great religious teachers were seeking insight into the nature of God and his Creation and the concomitant "rules" (guidelines, common sense) which facilitate harmonious relationships with the world in which we live and all of its inhabitants. To ignore these insights is folly of the highest order.

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