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If Not Adam and Eve, Who Were the First Humans to Conceive?

This Week’s Question: If not Adam and Eve, who were the first humans to conceive?   This question doesn’t really seem relevant to our readership, as I doubt most of the people interested are ...
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Atheists Harp on Christianity in Effort to Tackle Ignorance

This week’s question: “Why do you guys single out Christianity?”   As far as I know, the arguments presented in this column only go after the most basic understanding of what God is suppose...
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Atheism Does Not Always Rhyme With Angst

This week’s question: “Why are atheists so antagonistic/insulting? Wouldn’t they catch more flies with honey than vinegar?”
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Existence of Evil Contradicts Ominipotence of God

This week’s question: “The existence of suffering is often pointed to as a argument against the presence of a loving god, but how can one have a world in which humans are free without some of thos...
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Nonbelievers Find Fulfillment and Beauty In a World Without Purpose

This week’s question: “Doesn’t atheism lead to a belief that nothing has any meaning?”
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Skeptics Do Not Require Theological Knowledge to Judge Faith Claims

This week’s question: “Why let atheists talk about theology? That’s like letting English majors criticize quantum mechanics!”
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Would You Rather Eat Your Best Friend or Man’s Best Friend?

This week’s question: “If you do not believe in the eternal human soul, why do you think it is okay to eat animals but not humans?”
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Is Religion Just an Identifying Label or a Way of Life?

This week’s question: “What do you think about people who call themselves religious but never actually attend religious services or follow the rules of their religion? ”
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Retelling the Creation Story Without the Creator

This week’s question: “How do you explain the overwhelmingly unlikely coincidence of the earth being a perfect fit for life?”
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The Beauty of Imperfect, Natural Love

This week’s question: “What do atheists think love is?”
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It Only Takes the Second Coming (to Begin) to Believe

This week’s question: “What evidence would force you to admit your belief that God does not exist is false?”
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Student Atheists Open to Facts, Closed to Faith

This week’s question: Why can’t atheists be more open-minded about God?
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Opponents of Atheism Project Blind Faith Onto Adherers of Science

This week’s question: Isn’t atheism technically a religion too? Both require faith/belief, so what’s the difference?
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Student Athiests Unite In the Face of Fierce Religious Opposition

This week’s question: What is the point in making an atheist/secularist group?
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Student Atheists Address Common Misunderstandings

Atheism is often maligned and misunderstood. In the spirit of openness, this column will attempt to respond to the many questions (and allegations) we, as atheists, receive.
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