Nonbelief and Evil: Two Arguments for the Nonexistence of God by Theodore Drange
Charles Echelbarger explains the atheistic arguments of Theodore Drange.
Theodore Drange is one of a relatively small number of academic philosophers who have devoted a large part of their intellectual efforts over the last thirty-some years to systematically opposing theism. Other philosophers in this group include Michael Martin, Richard Gale, Paul Kurtz, Kai Nielsen and J.L. Mackie. The writings of all of them deserve attention from readers with some background in philosophy, both because of the generally high quality of their work and because the number of philosophers who have published in defense of theism is much larger than the number of non-theist philosophers.