Author:Joseph Lewis

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Joseph L. Lewis
American author and president of Freethinkers of America
Joseph L. Lewis


  • The Tyranny of God (1921)
  • Lincoln, the Freethinker (1925)
  • Jefferson, the Freethinker (1925)
  • The Bible Unmasked (1926)
  • Franklin, the Freethinker (1926)
  • Burbank, the Infidel (1929)
  • Voltaire, the Incomparable Infidel (1929)
  • Atheism, a collection of his public addresses (1930)
  • The Bible and the Public Schools (1931)
  • Should Children Receive Religious Instruction? (1933)
  • The Ten Commandments (1946)
  • Thomas Paine, Author of the Declaration of Independence (1947)
  • In the Name of Humanity (1949)
  • An Atheist Manifesto (1954)
  • Ingersoll, The Magnificent (1957)

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