Children inevitably turn to their parents for more than just food and security; equally important are assurance, recognition, and interpretation of life. A child develops best in an environment where creativity and discovery are unimpeded by the artificial restrictions of blind faith and dogmatic belief. Parenting Without God is for parents and future parents who don't believe in a god and are seeking guidance on raising freethinkers and social-justice-aware children. Dan Arel has penned a magnificently practical guide to help parents provide their children with the intellectual tools for standing up to attempts at religious proselytisation, whether by teachers, coaches, friends, or other family members. Parenting without God is also for the parent activist who is trying to make the world a better place for all children by first educating their own children about racism, sexism, and all forms of discrimination that serve as barriers to the fundamentals of human dignity and democracy.