Atheism is very hip these days. All kinds of people are claiming to have turned away from traditional religion, and non-belief has become a basic requirement for entry into certain intellectual circles.
But what exactly does it mean to not be a believer?
The answer isn’t as simple as it might seem — as I explore in an essay appearing in the online journal, American Thinker. Click over there and check out my observations.
Then, please come back and share your views.
And here are links to the sources cited in the article:
The online journal Stubborn Things has picked up my essay. It can be accessed here…