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Do Atheists Really Eat Children For Breakfast?

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Do Atheists Really Eat Children For Breakfast?

Is it possible to live a good, ethical life without the moral absolutes of religion? Join Jacob Nordby and self-confessed atheist, Doug Zeigler, to explore this fascinating deconstruction of Pascal's Wager and other honeybadgers.

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Doug is a husband, a father of four and a tech and video game geek. In his rare spare moments, he enjoys good books and even better beers, exploring new things, places and food with his wife and Kentucky basketball. He also possesses a vast knowledge of '80s music that he hopes will pay off big at some random trivia night. He writes for Good Men Project and The Huffington Post and is currently working on a sci-fi novel.


About Jacob Nordby:

Jacob Nordby is an author, speaker and creative coach. He accidentally sparked a worldwide phenomenon when he wrote and shared: "Blessed are the weird people: poets, misfits, writers, mystics, painters and troubadours--for they teach us to see the world through different eyes."

He is author of The Divine Arsonist: A Tale of Awakening, co-author of two other books and is currently working on his second novel.

Jacob lives in Boise, Idaho, where he can often be found muttering to himself during long walks by the river or chatting with fascinating people in coffee shops.

He is convinced that everyone contains divine magic and his mission is to help them see it.