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Questions for a New Atheist, Part 2

People have a right to believe whatever they believe. But it makes no sense to believe in something in the total absence of evidence and, indeed, evidence that supports the nonexistence of God.

Questions for a New Atheist, Part 2

People have a right to believe whatever they believe. But it makes no sense to believe in something in the total absence of evidence and, indeed, evidence that supports the nonexistence of God.

Questions for a New Atheist, Part 1

While often accused of being polemical and militant, the new atheists have mainly argued for other nonbelievers to take a firmer, less compromising stand against the teachings and political actions of religious groups.

Questions for a New Atheist, Part 1

While often accused of being polemical and militant, the new atheists have mainly argued for other nonbelievers to take a firmer, less compromising stand against the teachings and political actions of religious groups.

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