antitheism

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antitheism

(ˌæntɪˈθiːɪzəm)
n
the opposition to belief in god or gods
Translations
antiteisme
Antitheismus
antiteísmo
antiteismi
antithéisme
antiteisme
antiteizmas
antitheïsme
antyteizm
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I haven't even been tempted: my atheism and anti-theism are so deeply ingrained that the very idea of turning to religion seems both repugnant and ludicrous.
The man who famously called for imagining a world with "No religion" also jettisoned his anti-theism.
In so doing he carefully situates himself between the critical camps of (Western) postmodernist anti-theism and (Russian) post-Soviet neo-Orthodoxy, respectful of the ideological framework of both, while not shirking the critical disdain of either.
Buddhist anti-theism, in other words, was conceived primarily in terms of the logical requirements of Buddhist philosophical systems, for which the concept of a personal god violated the rational demands of an impersonal, moral and causal order.
It is clear that the rising tide of anti-theism in our society must now have a god who is to provide little more than an endorsement of our cultural sensitivities, such as they may be.
conducts a dialogue with both the classical Catholic theology of God and various forms of anti-theism.
In the last decade we have allowed the primary interest of dignity and the human element in humanism to be slowly superseded by a popular anti-theism that declares religious people stupid, and us intellectually superior.