Dan BarkerIn existographies, Dan Barker (1949-) (FA:120) is an American evangelical Minister turned 1984 to present evangelical atheist noted for []

In 1984, Barker a former preacher of 19-years, came out, amid a deconversion process, as an atheist, going on a number of talk shows, e.g. Oprah (Ѻ); later followed by publications, such as Losing Faith in Faith: From Preacher to Atheist (1992).

Barker is husband of Annie Laurie Gaylor (FA:112).

Atheism | Kids
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In 1992, Barker, in his Maybe Right, Maybe Wrong, attempted to pen out a atheism for children type of book, in attempts to differentiate “right” from “wrong” without divine-backing. [1]

In 1993, Baker, in his Maybe Yes, Maybe Know, penned out a guide for young people to have an open mind, who fact checks things to find out the truth, rather than blindly accepting everything one hears. [2]

1. Barker, Dan. (1992). Maybe Right, Maybe Wrong: Guide for Young Thinkers (illustrator: Brian Strassburg). Prometheus Press.
2. Barker, Dan. (1993). Maybe Yes, Maybe Known: Guide for Young Skeptics (illustrator: Brian Strassburg). Prometheus Press.

Further reading
● Barker, Dan. (1992). Losing Faith in Faith: From Preacher to Atheist. FFRF Incorporated.
● Barker, Dan. (2008). Godless: How an Evangelical Preacher Became One of America’s Leading Atheists (foreword: Richard Dawkins). Ulysses Press.
● Barker, Dan. (2010). The Good Atheist: Living a Purpose-Filled Life Without God. Ulysses Press.
● Barker, Dan. (2015). Life Driven Purpose: How an Atheist Finds Meaning. Pitchsone Publishing.
● Barker, Dan (2016). God: The Most Unpleasant Character in All Fiction. Sterling.

● Barker, Dan. (2012). “God Does Not Exist” (Ѻ), OxfordUnion, YouTube, Dec 21.

External links
Dan Barker – Wikipedia.

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