Of course, there are the prominent books by the so-called "New Atheists" that many people consider atheistic Bibles of sorts: The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins, God is Not Great by Christopher Hitchens, The End of Faith by Sam Harris, and Breaking the Spell by Daniel C. Dennett, among other books that were essentially rallying cries for atheists.
According to A.C. Grayling, however, none of the above quite fits the bill of a Bible for atheists. While I enjoyed all of the above books, I tend to agree with him. I also think the idea of a compendium of secular, humanistic ideals for non-theists to live by is a great step toward de-demonizing atheists, and giving people non-religious inspiration to lead good lives is always a great idea.
So, Grayling came up with his book, a compendium ideals and philosophies from prominent secular authors and thinkers. He calls it The Good Book: A Humanist Bible. He even went so far as to format it like the Christian Bible, with chapters, verses, and books. He really does want it to be the sort of thing that people memorize and quote from, and I don't think that's a bad thing.
Here's a story CNN did on the book:
And here's an interview with Grayling about his book (audio only, despite being a video):
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