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Escaping Atheism stated mission, in addition to using swear words on a regular basis, is to an attempt to help people ‘escape atheism’. But what do we even mean by atheism?
To avoid pointless dictionary thumping, these are the definitions of important words at the Escaping Atheism project. If you can use these words as defined, welcome! We know what it’s like to honestly wonder if there’s no God. If you can’t use these words as defined here, well, expect to be cussed at some point.
Escaping Atheism definitions:
- atheism=denial or disbelief of God (traditional definition of atheism – etymology of atheism)
- agnosticism=does not know, does not have a declared position either way; although they may have bias or leaning
- theism=belief in God (or gods), although not necessarily religious or spiritual or part of any organized religion
- God=uncreated Creator of reality, not part of the natural world in any sense, no claims about the nature of the uncreated Creator of reality unless associated with a particular religious belief
For a more detailed discussion of these nouns using definitions from Dictionary.com, please read on.