Let me say first that I am a pacifist insofar as the War on Christmas is concerned.
It did take three readings from Genesis to Revelation before I was fully convinced that atheism was destined to be my worldview.
I have no idea what percentage of atheists would like to see a complete absence of religion.
A great deal of confusion exists in the matter of theories, hypotheses and provable facts.
The most recent arrival on the near death experiences scene is none other than a neurologist who spent a whole week in a deep coma.
Blaise Pascal wrote: “Men never do evil so completely and so cheerfully as when they do it from religious conviction.”
This old atheist would never deny those who prayed for my soul the satisfaction of believing that their prayers helped.
I have been a member of a choir, almost continuously, since I was ten.
John Perkins asks how much we really know about Jesus as a historical figure. Have we even got his birth date right?
Atheism is not a religion, in exactly the same way that not collecting stamps is not a hobby.