Here are some useful resources (both electronic and paper) for people who are looking to research and investigate more in-depth about the history, background, and analysis of atheism, freethought, religious works, and other related issues. Make sure to also check out the Links button on the right, which focuses on sites that have atheist/freethought blogs, recent news, etc.
Note that the inclusion of sitea here does not indicate an endorsement, but simply an attempt to gather a number of resources that atheists and other non-theists might find interesting or useful.
I will periodically update these resources with more detailed descriptions and add new ones based on sites I find as well as suggestions I receive. If you have a resource you think should be included on I Am The Blog, please contact me.
Analysis and texts of holy books (Bible, etc.)
Evil Bible. Analysis of the Bible highlighting passages which are "evil": rape, murder, etc.
Freedom from Religion Foundation's Brochures and Nontracts. (Includes pdfs on contradictions in the Resurrection story and other religious topics)
ReligionFacts. Site presenting a wide variety of information and texts from over 40 faith systems. They claim to present information in an unbiased manner, and my informal sampling seems to confirm this. While they do not have articles on atheism (since it is not a faith), they do include it in their "Big Religion Chart", which compares information and stats from the various belief systems.
Skeptic's Annotated Bible. (Detailed and easily-searchable analysis of the Bible book-by-book, verse-by-verse, including contradictions, injustice, and good parts of the Bible.)
Skeptic's Annotated Book of Mormon. (The Book of Mormon version of SAB)
Skeptic's Annotated Quran. (The Quran version of SAB)
Arguments against religion, the supernatural, etc.
What's the Harm?. Site with a large archive of news stories debunking religious, medical and other harmful myths.
Information about and for atheists and agnostics (activism, etc.)
Positive Atheism. Website whose "target audience consists of atheists who strive or desire to be activistic in their atheism" Includes discussion of definition(s) of atheism and other resources.