I read a reply by Laura Foster and at the end of the point it said "Beliefs, however, deserve all the criticism they get."
It got me thinking, i know some people don't see atheism as a belief (as such) but supposing we do can we criticise it, do you think it can at times be worthy of criticism?
I'm not sure how to put it, how do you view atheism? Do you look at it as a way of life, a mindset, a conclusion from evidence you have viewed etc . . .
Just interested =)
Sure you can attempt to criticize Atheism. No person and no belief or lack of belief should ever be special in that regard. The way to a mature understanding of the world is through questioning and debate and opposing viewpoints.
So with that said I am also interested in knowing how one may criticize Atheism. One could say we are too skeptical and or we tear the inspiration out of Love when we materialize it ... but to me that is not important because I would rather something be true and not care what the consequence is. I think most atheists would agree with certain things like skepticism and materialism , etc if not more categories of philosophy / thought.
well there you go folks!
Atheists know more about religious than theists.. theists can criticize and beat each others beliefs. BUT when it came to atheism, they will absolutely fail and science will always win.
Strong Atheists can criticize the weak ones.
Anything can be criticized.