Thursday, June 16, 2005

Deuling atheists? Let's watch!

How does Al Mohler do it? Two blogs? The man's crazy!

In any case, the title link takes you to a brief analysis of Guardian newspaper articles between two atheists:
Dylan Evans and Salman Rushdie offer competing concepts of modern atheism in a recent pair of dueling newspaper articles. Evans was first to strike, writing in The Guardian [London] that atheists should strike a softer pose, acknowledging, in essence, that religions can be beautiful, even if they cannot be true. Rushdie wants nothing to do with this approach, asserting that Evans is proposing something like "Atheism Lite." Rushdie wants his atheism delivered the old fashioned way -- with venom.

Read the whole thing.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hi Hal, I ended up writing quite a bit about these articles in the comments of someone else's blog, I thought you might be interested in checking it out:


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