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Is My Family Odd About Gods?

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Have you noticed that your school and your teachers may tell you one thing about religion, while some of your friends and family may have different ideas about god?

If you think that this is a little odd, then this book is for you.

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Normal price is €10.00 plus €10 euro postage and packing, which is free for orders of €100 or more. Additionally orders of 20 books or more receive a 20% discount.

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Is My Family Odd About Gods?

As schools are not returning this month Atheist Ireland are introducting a limited special offer. We are offering our book for  free provided the buyer pays for the 10 euro posting and packaging. This offer is aimed at families with school aged children who would like to read this during their online school time. This offer is limited to one book per customer/family unit, providing the book is posted to an Irish address. This offer is not open to international customers.

If you are an international customer – please email secretary@atheist.ie and we can arrange to sell you the book at its regular price of 10 euro excluding postage and packaging.

 

An Introduction For Children To The Freedom Of Religion & Belief

Author Atheist Ireland

Illustrations by Eiynah

 

Have you noticed that your school and your teachers may tell you one thing about religion, while some of your friends and family may have different ideas about god?

If you think that this is a little odd, then this book is for you.

This book is for children who would like to have their human rights to the freedom of thought and the freedom of religion and belief respected.

The freedom of thought and the freedom of religion and belief are very important human rights. These human rights are not just for adults. They are for children at school too.

Atheist Ireland would like to see an education system that respects these human rights. Public schools should not tell children that either atheism or any religion is true.

Instead, public schools should simply teach the facts about which religions and beliefs exist in the world, and let children make up their own mind.