Atheism

Atheodicy: The Problem of Evil without God

"if, as some conclude, there is no God, the Problem of Evil remains.  Indeed, it intensifies, to the point of becoming unbearable. This is the challenge of 'atheodicy.' So says University of San Diego law professor Steven Smith in his Public Square article entitled Injustice, Outrage, and the Problem of Atheodicy." - Veith

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Tactics of the New Atheists

"...atheists Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss discussed the merits of their approaches to 'ridding the world of religion.' In a recent interview with Steve Paikin, they made it clear that, despite their sometimes different personas, they have the same agenda — getting people to get rid of their belief in God. Yet they both say that Christians should not feel 'threatened' by their efforts to expunge religion from human history." - AiG

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Podcast: What's with "Christian Atheists"?

"Esther O'Reilly joins Shane Morris to discuss the growing number of atheist or agnostic intellectuals--like Jordan Peterson, Tom Holland, and Douglas Murray--who reject Christianity's historical and faith claims yet also value the faith's contributions to Western civilization and our shared humanity, to the point that they defend Christianity against those who would ban it from the public square." - Breakpoint

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Has America Reached Peak Atheism? Study Shows Growth Among Religious ‘Nones’ Declining

"Paul Djupe and Ryan Burge, co-authors of the Religion in Public blog, have analyzed data seemingly showing that the growth of 'nones' (combining atheists, agnostics, and those “nothing in particular”) could actually be 'slowing or possibly even slightly reversing.'" - FaithWire

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Seven Ways Atheists Are Religious

"Yet, atheism isn’t just a lack of belief in God (or gods). It was not a lack of belief in God that caused atheists to write books such as The God Delusion (Richard Dawkins), or God Is Not Great (Christopher Hitchens). Those books are designed to convince people that theism is false and that atheism is true. The Oxford English Dictionary also defines religion as 'a particular system of faith and worship' and 'a pursuit or interest followed with great devotion.'" - AiG 

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