Nonbeliever Nation: The Rise of Secular Americans

By David Niose, 2012
Available on Amazon

Candidate Without a Prayer: An Autobiography of a Jewish Atheist in the Bible Belt

By Herb Silverman, 2012
Available on Amazon

First Freedom First: A Citizen's Guide to Protecting Religious Liberty and the Separation of Church and State

by Rev. Dr. C. Welton Gaddy and Rev. Barry W. Lynn, preface by Andrew S. Grove
Beacon Press, Boston, 2008

On page 159 (in the context of discussing prejudice against those who choose not to worship a deity): "To date, only one elected member of Congress, Representative Pete Stark (D-CA), has been willing to publicly announce that he does not hold a belief in a supreme being. Stark was joined by a state representative in Wisconsin and a few local officeholders in identifying themselves as nontheistic after the Secular Coalition for America announced it was trying to find an open nonbeliever who held public office."

On pages 157-158, Secular Coalition President Herb Silverman's fight against religious test for public office in South Carolina is recounted: "Torcaso [a 1961 Supreme Court case out of Maryland] should have settled the matter, but in 1990, Herb Silverman, a professor of mathematics in South Carolina and an atheist, had to go to state court to challenge that state's bar on nonbelievers holding public office...South Carolina's provision was very straightforward in its bigotry. It declared, 'No person who denies the existence of a Supreme Being shall hold any office under this Constitution.' Silverman applied to become a notary public to test the measure and won a unanimous ruling from the South Carolina Supreme Court."Encountering Naturalism, A Worldview and Its Uses

by Thomas W. Clark
Center for Naturalism, 2007

Page 96, Appendix C lists among only 7 websites mentioned as a resource for readers.

The God Delusion

by Richard Dawkins
Houghton Mifflin, 2006

Now available on Amazon, this book by our advisory board member Richard Dawkins mentions the Secular Coalition for America and its member organizations in the appendix as "A partial list of friendly addresses, for individuals needing support in escaping from religion."

Imagine No Superstition: The Power to Enjoy Life with No Guilt, No Shame, No Blame

by Stephen F. Uhl, Ph.D.
Victoria, BC: Trafford Publishing, 2006

Available on Amazon in both hardback and paperback, this positively reviewed book includes the Secular Coalition for America in a list of recommended humanistic groups. Excerpts also on the Web at

Fighting Words: A Toolkit for Combating the Religious Right

by Robin Morgan
Nation Books, 2006

Available now on, this book lists the Secular Coalition for America as an activist resource.

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