Greetings all. I’m just a friendly theist hoping to learn…
I have a question: given that the following statement is a generalization, does it have any merit in the context of the article it came from? (Of course you have to read the article – link below)
Americans are deeply religious people—and atheists are no exception.
Western Europeans are deeply secular people—and Christians are no exception.
The statement is from the Atlantic and you can read the article here:
I know that in certain church circles (not mine, of course), find that critical thinking is in short supply. However, this may be true for many non-religious, atheistic leaning folks, too which is what I think the article is talking about. Your thoughts?