Friday, March 04, 2005

'The Twilight of Atheism' (Christianity Today Magazine)

Atheism has been around for a long time but it has, according to Alister McGrath, failed to capture the world's imagination. He argues that atheism has had its day and the prediction that we would grow into a world where religious superstition would completely disappear has not eventuated. Instead, we are seeing the rise of spirituality in a myriad of forms. But that doesn't mean that atheism doesn't matter. McGrath suggests that 'the greatest virtue of atheism is its moral seriousness—its criticisms and passionate demands for justice...' Read the whole article here.

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