- Oct 25, 2016
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The behaviors of atheists seem pretty dogmatic to me. Cause I hear the exact same arguments over and over again against the belief in God. And your defense of atheism sort of resembles a religious person defending his religion from an attack from a rival religion. And let's not forget the fact that you are in a religion forum discussing your beliefs. So there's that.
Atheism is no more dogmatic than theism. Atheism is not a religion - it is a political doctrine that opposes theist-based doctrine for the basis of public policy.
Atheists have some dogmatic beliefs, but they are not what theists can detect.
Atheists' belief that "atheism is the non-belief in gods," is incorrect. Atheism is a political doctrine that opposes theist-based doctrine as the basis for public policy.
Atheists also dogmatically believe in the almighty United States Constitution, which is an erroneous organization for republic government of for a society as diverse and sophisticated that the nation has evolved to.
Atheists also dogmatically believe that religion is belief and worship of god." It is not. Religion is the practice of exercises that maintain dignty.