If You Don't Believe In God, What Now?
06/21/2012 at 12:20 p.m.
If You Don't Believe In God, What Now? Seattle is one of the least religious cities in the United States. But if you don't believe in God, what do you do next? That's the question author and editor Christopher Beha raises in an essay about the new new atheists in the July issue of Harper's Magazine.
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Christopher Beha is an editor for Harper's Magazine. His first novel, "What Happened To Sophie Wilder," was just published by Tin House Books. His essay in the July issue of Harper's Magazine is "Reason for living: the good life without God."
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