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Columbia Atheists Message Board › An Atheist Worldview

An Atheist Worldview

G. T. B.
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Columbia, MO
Post #: 7
At one of our meetups a while back, I was encouraged to go into more detail when dismissing William Lane Craig's claim that the "atheist worldview" (as if it's one unified thing) could not provide happiness and that we atheists can only be happy when we are not living in a way consistent with our atheism. I beg to differ and I use my own worldview (which certainly isn't shared by the community as a whole) to refute his claims. Let me know what you guys think and maybe give me an idea of your own worldview and how it helps you be happy in your life.

Here's the link: http://bit.ly/9uzDFZ...­

Thanks for the encouragement, btw, and I'm sorry I haven't been to a meeting in a while. I hope to attend on the Wednesday-after-next.

Hope everyone is doing well!
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