Jordan: A few suggestions:
http://www.volney.org/: "The Ruins of Palmyra" (Written by Count Volney at the end of the 18th century - The website opens in Spanish but at top right a click leads to the English version. The book itself can be downloaded - It's an excellent description of religions and a splendid defense of atheism)
http://rebirthofreason.com/Articles/Author_124.shtml: While I don't want to throw flowers on myself, my book "Ayn Rand, I and Universe" is an analysis of religions, atheism and atheism's direct relation with Objectivism. "Rebirth of Reason" published the full book, chapterwise, from its Introduction: "Ayn Rand and Rational Egoism: The Dynamo of Human Progress" - Presented on August 24, 2007, up to "The Refueling of our Power for Creation" - Published on December 7, 2007). It runs through 8 issues; you can view them at above mentioned link.
http://rebirthofreason.com/Articles/Schieder/RELIGULOUS_Mankind,_a_rational_Species_Ha.shtml: I consider that my article on "Religulous", a movie by Bill Maher, is a good introduction and escort to the movie itself, which I highly recommend to view to all members of "Rebirth" and that also constitutes an excellent encouragement to take up atheism as the correct way of life for a human being.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_G._Ingersoll: Reading the text of the great Robert G. Ingersoll is in itself a great "inducement" for atheism.
http://www.gutenberg.org/files/17607/17607-h/17607-h.htm: Please read "Superstition in All Ages" at the Gutenberg Files, and, of course, "Good Sense without God" by Baron d'Holbach at http://www.gutenberg.org/dirs/etext05/gsens10.txt . Further texts by Baron d'Holbach can be read at http://www.gutenberg.org/browse/authors/h#a2420 (Look up Holbach, Paul Henry Thiry")
Wish you great entertainment!
(Edited by Manfred F. Schieder on 4/17, 11:57pm)