”We’re not so much people who don’t believe in God, but people who have realised there’s absolutely no evidence for any of the 3000 gods and that, considering the harm that is wrought by the mass belief in this delusion, we need to start looking at the world, politics and human relations in a rational manner so that we may survive for at least a few more generations” … ”[Religion] has the potential to end the human race, if enough people who consider that their god wants them to destroy people who have other gods, and they have the weaponry to do so, [it] creates such a situation that none of us may survive.”
David Nicholls, President, Atheist Foundation, in the lead up to next years atheist conference.
Nicholls doesn’t know that there is only one true God. Probably because he believes in Richard Dawkins and James Randi.
And what’s with organised atheists having a symbol representing their non-belief?!? Someone mentioned to me that they reckon that organised atheists get together at conferences to discuss their non-belief as there is something missing in their lives – God. So they have formed a community to fill that void.
- The Impact of the New Atheists a Decade After 9/11 (patheos.com)
- Richard Dawkins calls for evolution to be taught to children from age five (guardian.co.uk)