• Parenting Without God

  • How to Raise Moral, Ethical and Intelligent Children, Free from Religious Dogma
  • By: Dan Arel
  • Narrated by: Peter Boghossian, Dan Arel
  • Length: 4 hrs and 14 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 10-12-15
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Pitchstone Publishing
  • 5 out of 5 stars 5.0 (1 rating)


Parenting Without God is for parents who lack belief in a god and who are seeking guidance on raising free thinkers in a Christian-dominated nation. It will help parents give their children the tools to stand up to attempts at religious proselytization, whether by teachers, coaches, friends, or even other family members. It also offers advice on teaching children to question what others tell them and to reach their own conclusions based on evidence and reason. Above all, the book argues that parents should lead by example - both by speaking candidly about the importance of secularism and by living an openly secular life.
©2014 Dan Arel (P)2015 Pitchstone Publishing
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4 out of 5 stars
By Stacy M. Galvan on 02-09-17

Great book, but highly liberal.

I enjoyed this book very much. The only thing I didn't like was his highly liberal stand and American shame. America does have a shameful past but I don't think we should show disgust for this country just because some of us didn't choose to live here. Also, I don't think holding doors for women should be scoffed at. But I do agree with teaching kids to hold doors for anyone. Other than that, I enjoyed the tips and experiences he discusses. I feel more motivated to be an "out" atheist mom.

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