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Re: [skeptics-136] Article: "Why the Atheist Movement Needs a Kick in the A&&"

From: Lois
Sent on: Friday, November 23, 2007 10:42 AM
In a message dated 11/22/2007 1:39:14 P.M. Pacific Standard Time, [address removed] writes:
I think if we just stopped for a brief moment to
consider the magnitude that consciousness has over any medium of the
transferring of ideas--the medium must be addressed and the way
atheism can succeed is by adapting itself to the revolution of pure
progressiveness.  That is, what one discovers in movements that are
able to function by and large by the profession of truth
LL: You err is thinking that there can be a philosophy or a movement called atheism. There are atheists, all individuals. "Atheism" is not going to succeed or fail. Individual atheists might. Atheism is a personal statement on the existence of god. That's all it is. You can create a movement made up of atheists, but it won't be an atheist movement, IMO.

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