Books By Al Stefanelli

Biography Below


"A Voice Of Reason" is about the steady and dramatic rise of dangerous, militant, fundamentally 
extremist terror cults are filling our streets with blood and infecting the minds our youth with poison. 
Other topics in this book include how the fundamental extremists in the United States are affecting 
the quality and content of public education, race relations, the first amendment violations being 
committed by politicians from the office of the President all the way down to local town councils 
and the growing problem of sectarianism within the United States Armed Forces. 

Al Stefanelli also examines how the memetics of religious belief can cause otherwise 
intelligent, well adjusted and sane people people to hold beliefs and act out in 
ways that can only be described as delusional, sometimes bordering on psychotic. 

"Free Thoughts" is a collection of the 60 most critically acclaimed essays and articles written by Al. 
They represent the cream of the crop, and have been re-edited and refreshed for relevancy and content. 

This is a compilation that you will definitely want to have on your book shelf


Paperback editions of "A Voice Of Reason" are available on Amazon for $10.95

Paperback editions of "Free Thoughts" are available on Amazon for $13.95




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Al Stefanelli is a retired author, writer, journalist and civil rights activist.

He currently runs the Internet Newspaper, Syndicated News Services

He is the former Georgia State Director for American Atheists, Inc, and served on the Board of Directors for The Clergy Project.

Al began his career in 1985, starting with the New York Times. In 1993 he joined a McClatchy newspaper, 
writing a weekly column for ten years. His writing continues to be widely distributed on the Internet and in print.

He produced and hosted a weekly syndicated radio broadcast for three years and was the founder and 
President of the former United Atheist Front, Inc., which functioned as a civil rights organization. 
The United Atheist Front still maintains one of the largest private atheist pages on Facebook.

Al is also a former Southern Baptist Pastor, having served two churches and as pulpit supply for three counties.

Al is also the co-host of "ReapSowRadio," and "The God Discussion Show"
He also writes news and editorials for "The God Discussion." 
He has made numerous appearances on other radio and television programs. 

Al lives in the Atlanta Metro area.

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