“When I say I don’t believe in God… I don’t mean that that is written on my pillow, and that’s the first thing I say when I look in the mirror in the morning. I mean that you can’t prove a negative like that. I never go around and do debates with people about the existence of God, because it’s stupid! You can’t prove that there is no God. I just say that for all of the evidence I’ve seen, my conclusion is is that God does not exist.”-Susan Jacoby
Susan Jacoby is an independent scholar specializing in the history of reason, atheism, secularism, and religious liberty. Her best–known books include “Freethinkers: A History of American Secularism” and The New York Times best-seller, “The Age of American Unreason in a Culture of Lies.”
Passionate, funny, and defiant, Jacoby lives her truth and embodies her beliefs fully.