Louisiana pastor Jerry DeWitt unexpectedly became an atheist celebrity when he lost his faith.
An apostate and an atheist, she has rejected Islam as her personal creed, and she calls on Muslims, effectively, to do the same.
That mentality is what some atheist thinkers believe quietly promotes magical thinking, condoning it via liberal tolerance.
Founded in London earlier this year, the atheist church is expanding fast.
(These kind of comparisons, as the atheist writer Chris Stedman has noted, help stigmatize mental illness).
The one knowledge constitutes the pride of the philosopher, the other the despair of the atheist.
Or, do you mean that I am an atheist simply, and a teacher of atheism?
Or he may entertain what appears to him independent evidence in favour of Atheism, and thus he may become an atheist.
"I understand," said the atheist, glancing into Lorand's eyes.
Nature in an agony is no atheist; the soul that knows not where to fly, flies to God.
1570s, from French athéiste (16c.), from Greek atheos "without god, denying the gods; abandoned of the gods; godless, ungodly," from a- "without" + theos "a god" (see Thea).
The existence of a world without God seems to me less absurd than the presence of a God, existing in all his perfection, creating an imperfect man in order to make him run the risk of Hell. [Armand Salacrou, "Certitudes et incertitudes," 1943]