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Books project helps atheists make the case for unbelief behind bars

(RNS) “Not all prisoners are religious, and I wanted them to know that to turn your life around and be a good and productive member of society does not require a belief in God,” says Leslie Zukor, founder of the Freethought Books Project.

Volunteers Bill Boulden, left, and Jim Oliver, write letters to prisoners at the first meeting of the Freethought Books Project Correspondence Club in Buffalo, NY. Photo courtesy of Sarah Kaiser, Center for Inquiry

(RNS) “Not all prisoners are religious, and I wanted them to know that to turn your life around and be a good and productive member of society does not require a belief in God,” says Leslie Zukor, founder of the Freethought Books Project . . .

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