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The Catholic Church and the Sex Problem by Jospeh McCabe

Published by See Sharp Press

30 Pages – English

Originally published in 1949 by Haldeman-Julius as a Little Blue Book.

Arguably the best of McCabe’s attacks on Christianity, the ex-Priest goes into detail on the background of the Catholic attitude to contraception, its roots and what role it will play on a planet with a ‘finite carrying capacity’ if Armageddon doesn’t come and whisk us all to heaven.

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How Christianity Grew Out of Paganism by Joseph McCabe

Published by See Sharp Press

13 Pages – English

Originally Published in 1943 by Haldeman-Julius as a Little Blue Book.

Ex-priest McCabe tackles the history of Christianity and explains the pre-existence of almost every well-known part of the New Testament in pre-Christian mythologies and the events that lead to the foundation of the Christian church as we know it today.

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Atheism: The logic of disbelief by Joseph McCabe.

Published by See Sharp Press.

42 pages – English

Originally published as Does Atheism Rest Its Case On Logic? in 1936.

Joseph McCabe’s somewhat inflammatory exclamations the dysfunction of Christianity and belief in religion and outlining what he sees as the sturdy and logical philosophy of atheism. (It’s worth noting that McCabe was actually a Roman Catholic priest earlier in his life.)

 

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