candidates, that number jumped to 61 percent.
I "FEAR" that Brian Brown is incorrect (Letters, March 22) in his assertion that people of faith are "fearful" of militant atheists
One impetus for the new study was a Gallup poll that found that 45 percent of American respondents would vote for a qualified atheist
president, said Ara Norenzayan, professor of psychology at UBC, and a co-author of the study.
Curlett, held that an atheist
is someone who believes that ''only in a knowledge of himself and a knowledge of his fellow man can he find the understanding that will help to a life of fulfillment.
Christians need to challenge the so-called "New Atheists
" with a Christian atheism that refuses to accept the caricatures of the Holy set up by many atheists
I object to being called part of the 'aggressive atheist
A new atheist
might reply that Haught does not himself ever engage stronger forms of SN or stronger arguments for atheism.
You Can Lead an Atheist
to Evidence But You Can't Make Him Think
Joined by the 21st-century godfather of atheist
-thinking Richard Dawkins, the convention posed as a much-needed platform for many people, like myself, who often feel like the only atheist
in the village.
Over the years, my disbelief strengthened and for many years I would jokingly describe myself as an evangelical atheist
, going door-to-door preaching atheism.
and humanist organizations in Europe and the United States have launched an advertising campaign using buses to take their anti-God message to the public.
I READ with disgust, but sadly no surprise, about the Anglican Church's latest self-humiliation exercise of having the Cathedral church bells ring to the sound of John Lennon's atheist
It is the first atheist
advertising campaign in Britain, and similar adverts are running on public transport in America and Spain.
crowd provides thinner gruel: God is an unnecessary hypothesis; God is a mass delusion; God is an evolutionary vestige from the time when our ancestors needed to buck themselves up in the face of saber-toothed tigers.
Lydia Hartunian, an assistant professor of humanities at Kirkwood College, organized a fundraiser last month in New York that attracted dozens of atheist
authors and religious skeptics.