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Alan Pemberton: The Science of Eternity

Michael Roll: The Secular (Non-Religious) Case For Survival After Death

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Thomas Paine Society

Books

Arthur Findlay: The Curse of Ignorance

Thomas Paine


Ronald Pearson

Michael Roll: "A History of Christianity" - A Page-by-Page Criticism of Paul Johnson's Horror Story


James Webster

Emma Heathcote-James - "They Walk Among Us"

Gwen Byrne: Russell

David Hodges: Do We Survive Death?

Gary Schwartz: The Afterlife Experiments

Poul Blak: Løft låget - og tænk livet om

Margaret Prentice: Richard, Spirit and I


Oliver Lodge and the Invention of Radio

David Jenkins: The Calling of a Cuckoo


Esther Kaplan: "With God on Their Side: How Christian Fundamentalists Trampled Science, Policy, and Democracy in George W. Bush's White House"


Gerhard Kraus: Has Hawking Erred?

Judith Chisholm: Voices from Paradise

Thomas Paine: "Collected Writings"

Publisher:

The Library of America
14 E. 60th St. New York
NY 10022
USA

ISBN: 1-883011-03-5

Pages: 906

Price: $35 (US dollars)

Website: www.loa.org

The definitive Thomas Paine book. This book contains all Thomas Paine's work: Common Sense, The Crisis, Rights of Man, The Age of Reason, plus pamplets, articles and letters.


Thomas Paine: "The Age of Reason"

Order your copy from:

Little Thorn Books. Inc
73 Humberstone Gate
Leicester
LE1 1WB
England

£15 including postage and packing within the UK.

Related material on this site:
 

Kenneth Griffith's documentary on Thomas Paine - The Most Valuable Englishman Ever. Somehow, this documentary crept past the BBC censors and was broadcast in 1982. All requests to the BBC for a repeat have so far been ignored.

The Most Valuable Englishman Ever - Michael Roll's article about Thomas Paine (1736-1809)
This outstanding tribute to Thomas Paine - "The Most Valuable Englishman Ever" - is taken from Arthur Findlay's suppressed history of humanity, "The Curse of Ignorance".

Thomas Paine links