Irreligion
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John Allen Paulos., John Allen Paulos|AUTHOR., & Dick Hill|READER. (2008). Irreligion . Tantor Media, Inc..

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Full titleirreligion a mathematician explains why the arguments for god just don t add up
Authorpaulos john allen
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