From Christian Broadcaster to Thinking Atheist: Seth Andrews is Deconverted

Whissel, Pamela
March 2013
American Atheist;2013 1st Quarter, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p5
An interview with Atheist author Seth Andrews is presented. When asked about his religious upbringing, he refers to the spirited debates of his parents regarding faith. Andrews states that he first started to doubt religion during the death of Christian composer Rich Mullins from a traffic accident in 1997. He comments on his admiration for Atheist civil rights worker Christopher Hitchens.


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