Secular Book Club
Secular Book Club is a open to the public; please email Molly for more information at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Book club members, make sure to mention your book club when checking out at Bookmarks to save 20% off your book club purchases or use your coupon code for online purchases. Ask your book club coordinator for details or email bookstore manager Beth Seufer Buss at email@example.com.
- Oct 26 - Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Prachett
- Nov 23 - Our Non-Christian Nation: How Atheists, Satanists, Pagans, and Others Are Demanding Their Rightful Place in Public Life by Jay Wexler
- Jan 25 - Oryx and Crake by Margaret Atwood
- Feb 22 - A Freethinker's Gospel: Essays for a Sacred Secular World by Chris Highland
- March 28 - Small Gods by Terry Prachett
- Apr 25 - Columbine by Dave Cullen
The classic collaboration from the internationally bestselling authors Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett, now a Prime original series starring Michael Sheen and David Tennant.
Less and less Christian demographically, America is now home to an ever-larger number of people who say they identify with no religion at all. These non-Christians have increasingly been demanding their full participation in public life, bringing their arguments all the way to the Supreme Court.
From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Handmaid's Tale
A Freethinker's Gospel is a collection of columns by Chris Highland, first published in the Asheville Citizen-Times from 2016-17. A former Protestant minister and prison chaplain, Highland is now a secular "freethinker" who muses on the natural world, on being a non-believer in a highly religious society, and the commonalities shared between religions.
Lost in the chill deeps of space between the galaxies, it sails on forever, a flat, circular world carried on the back of a giant turtle—
A masterpiece of reportage, this is the definitive account of the Columbine massacre, its aftermath, and its significance, from the acclaimed journalist who followed the story from the outset."The tragedies keep coming. As we reel from the latest horror . . ."