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The Collapse of New Atheism and the Rise of Godless Culture

Why atheists should rehabilitate “Satanic” ambition

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There used to be something called a new atheist movement. The members were united in their opposition to the antimodern religiosity that had reared its ugly head in the 9/11 attacks.




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Benjamin Cain

Benjamin Cain

Knowledge condemns. Art redeems. I learned that as an artistic writer who did a doctorate in philosophy. We should try to see the dark comedy in all things.

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