So I've decided recently to write a book about atheism. When approaching the subject, I considered the fact that I couldn't point to one book that I could use as a handy reference that included primers on science (evolution, the various Big Bang theories), debunking of various atheism myths, arguments for religion with counter-arguments therein, arguments against religion that atheists can use (along with explanations and needed information), etc.
Instead of seeking one out, I decided to write one myself. I wrote a first-draft outline of what the book will contain, and what the structure of the book will (most likely) be. Its tentative title is "The Atheist's Guidebook". I plan on compiling information from various sources, religious and non-religious alike.
I'd like you guys to take a look at the rough draft outline
I have so far, and tell me what you think about the structure and organization of the book -- I know that it's largely incomplete in terms of individual sections, and chunks of listings are missing (I did the numbered listings rather quickly and rushed much of it), but I just want to know if the structure/organization I currently have is OK, what can be changed, moved around, etc.