In the Name of Humanity

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Book Data
Title In the Name of Humanity
SubtitleSpeaking Out Against Circumcision
AuthorJoseph L. Lewis
Pages 160
Edition(April 1, 2003)
First Edition1949
PublisherBook Tree

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Published 1949, by Joseph L. Lewis (June 11, 1889 – 1968), an American freethinker and atheist activist, publisher, and litigator.

How and why did circumcision begin? Does every male child that comes into the world have a birth defect? What outdated beliefs have also caused women to suffer for centuries? If we were created in the image of God, as the Bible tells us, then why are we mutilating our children? These questions and more and being asked by the author, Joseph Lewis. In this book he shares extensive research showing why he believes circumcision to be cruel, brutal and unnecessary, in addition to being completely unnatural.

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