Douglas E Krueger
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Douglas Krueger is an American philosopher, academic and author. He is best known as a proponent of atheism and an advocate of skepticism regarding supernatural and paranormal claims. Krueger has been a featured speaker at numerous atheist and humanist conventions and gatherings and is a co-founder of the Fayetteville Freethinkers, a secular humanist organization in Fayetteville, Arkansas. His book, What is Atheism: A Short Introduction, is a critique of religious belief, especially Christianity. In addition, he has discussed his atheistic views on numerous radio shows and participated in more than a dozen debates across the United States on the existence of God and secular ethics.
Krueger resides in Fayetteville, Arkansas, is father to four children, and is employed as a full-time faculty member at Northwest Arkansas Community College, where he teaches philosophy. He holds bachelors, masters, and doctoral degrees in philosophy.
- What is Atheism - A short introduction, Douglas E Krueger, Prometheus Books, New York, 1998 ISBN 1-57392-214-5
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