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There really aren't chapters as this really isn't a traditional book. The Four Horsemen: The Conversation That Sparked an Atheist Revolution is a transcript of a two hour discussion. As of right now I'm at a loss for how to structure this. We usually create chapter threads.



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There really aren't chapters as this really isn't a traditional book. The Four Horsemen: The Conversation That Sparked an Atheist Revolution is a transcript of a two hour discussion. As of right now I'm at a loss for how to structure this. We usually create chapter threads.


Thanks Chris, what a great selection! I have watched the two hour conversation and found it fascinating. In fact I was not aware that this event had taken place, as I thought this 'four horsemen' name came from their books alone. So magnificent to see these four leading atheists presenting their core ideas and interacting with each other. An outline is at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Athei ... orsemen%22

On structure, perhaps just starting with two threads, part one and part two, would be enough, and if that inspires anyone to start thematic threads then well and good.


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That's a great idea Robert. I'll create those two threads today. I was thinking along the same lines.



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