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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Russell devotes much of his critical attention to agnostics and atheists, especially the antitheists, who contend, not without contradiction, that Christianity is both moribund and a virulent threat to the future.
In particular he takes on the antitheists of the twenty-first century whose worldview is a thoroughgoing physicalism that a priori asserts there can be no knowledge other than physical knowledge.
It is more appropriate to call such atheists, antitheists or god haters.
Ironically, many Islamic preachers have referred to Al-Dostor Party as a party of antitheists.
I was at this time living, like so many atheists or antitheists, in a whirl of contradictions," he wrote in his autobiographical Surprised by Joy.
Yet Wright is not one of the currently fashionable antitheists.
We should not call ourselves humanists, or secular humanists, or naturalists, or skeptics, or antitheists, or rationalists, or freethinkers, or brights.
Re David Horsey's anti-religion cartoon: Antitheists typically accuse believers of three things - ignorance, intolerance and violence.
He adds: "The anthropic principle puts the antitheists, the people who are arguing against the existence of God, in a very tough spot.
simply agree with modern antitheists that we cannot say what