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  • Is atheism a religion?
    • Mondo (Login Oscar50)
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      Posted Sep 14, 2010 10:37 PM

      I see this assertion made by some folks that I have to admit, I consider to be of limited intelligence, whether self limiting or limiting is beyond my ability to discern.

      But atheism, as a religion. Now, I'm not an atheist, so this really isn't a defense. I'm more of a deist, which I don't think of as a religion either. Religion is belief system. There is no system to deism, less so to atheism.

      Without theism, atheism would cease having a meaning. So how can it be a religion? I can see it from the point of view as rights. You have a right to "be" an atheist. Which means what? Well, not belonging to any church or religion, not believing in a god or creator. That's about it. A very diverse bunch they are.

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