So no additions, corrections, questions, etc?
McIago wrote:As a Unitarian, I can state categorically, that nobody can state categorically that all or even most Unitarians, Universalists or Unitarian-Universalists are atheists.
McIago wrote:I know many Friends [Quakers] and there are three major types of congregation. In general a congregation awaits the guiding light, or holy spirit, or inspiration to motivate a member to stand and speak. If they are atheist how do you explain this?
McIago wrote:Your list shows lack of knowledge and with respect to these particular churches ...
McIago wrote: ... seems to be propaganda...
McIago wrote:IMHO this is "unChristian." It is also unscientific, for those who are not into religion.
There are those who would argue one could be Christian and atheist, though there a distinct minority.
Most Christian atheists think of Jesus as a wise and good man, accepting his moral teachings but rejecting the idea of his divinity.
Most Christian atheists believe that God never existed, but there are a few who believe in the death of God literally.
I wasn't aware of a major Atheistic Christian movement. Could you provide a link?
From some of your other posts, I am not sure if your definition of atheist is the same as that held by many here, or the creators of the Iron Chariots wiki for that matter. I could be way off and may be proven wrong, but I have made a post on your terminology of belief thread.It helps readers be more conversant on the subject of atheism, by clearing up misconceptions about the term 'atheist'.
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