An apt illustration of what I have been pointing out here. Thanks.
First they forcibly assert that the definition of "atheist" is only "person who doesn't believe in god" and therefore atheists have no doctrine or creed.
Of course they have every right to organize. I am just saying I find this type of "Atheist" rather annoying, particularly since they are misusing the term "atheist". They don't at all speak for the concerns of people who don't believe in god.
For what it's worth -- and I'm guessing it's not much -- this time I agree with you totally, max. I'm vastly amused by militant atheists who act as though they have to defend their non-faith and to proselytize it.
Re: Lustig Andrei (Post 5209359)
I don't think so. We are conditioned to the silent atheist. Like the days when a favored black adult was considered a "good boy." The minute atheists speak out we hear this militant atheist flap. When anybody else speaks out for something it is taken in stride.
He thrives in a realm where the quality of an expression of opinion scores points.
Re: Frank Apisa (Post 5213272)
In your case, I think you are capable of doing better, else I would not have bothered with you.
Quote:He thrives in a realm where the quality of an expression of opinion scores points.
That could be said about some here.