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Why Atheism May Be the Best Way to Understand God | | AlterNet

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Editor’s note: Religion is among the most volatile and divisive issues in the world today. Yet there’s little serious investigation into why people believe, or why some will kill and die for their faith. Larry Beinhart, in his new novel, Salvation Boulevard — and this series of articles — is hoping to start a conversation about these issues. This is the second in the series…

via Why Atheism May Be the Best Way to Understand God | | AlterNet.

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Author: Bill

Stumbling down the Middle Path, one day at a time.

2 thoughts on “Why Atheism May Be the Best Way to Understand God | | AlterNet

  1. Hi, I found your blog today and really enjoyed looking through your posts. You’ve presented a selection of very thought-provoking articles for which I sincerely thank you.

    I’ve got an interest in atheist blogs (as well as Buddhism) but recently started getting quite frustrated with some of the atheist blogs that I used to browse through. They tend to indulge in never-ending confrontational debate with believers which can get needlessly aggressive and entrenches both sides in their convictions… round and round in circles it goes all the time… never resolving anything.

    I look forward to reading more of your blog.

    With best wishes,
    CuriouslyInspired

  2. Are you agreeing that atheism- not Zen- may be the best way to understand God?

    I linked to an article that I believe is worthy of consideration by thinking people, regardless of their belief system. You should not draw conclusions about my beliefs — or lack thereof — from anything written by anyone else.

    I am agnostic, in the literal sense: I know that I don’t know, and I don’t believe anyone else does, either. As far as Zen is concerned, it is non-theistic.

    Thanks for commenting. 🙂

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