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Originally posted by ProfessorChaos
reply to post by JayinAR
As I had stated in the original post, I am curious as to opinions regarding the thought itself. So, in order to soothe your feathers a bit, let me put it this way: Could Atheists who adhere to evolutionary science as their basis for the origin of life, be considered to be in a religion?
Originally posted by BrokenCircles
reply to post by ProfessorChaos
'The lack of a belief' is not the same thing as 'a belief in something else'.
There is no specific type of person whom does not believe in a god.
There is no set criteria for those who do not believe in a god.
The way in which the word 'Atheism' is so commonly used, is what leads to the misinterpretations.
Personally, I think this↓ makes it easier to understand.
I don't believe in god.
I don't believe in Atheism.
I don't believe in categorization.
There is no evidence for god. Therefore there is no reason to believe in god.