I represent objectivism amongst my atheist peers
And I spoke up about it… Rather I rambled at 3 AM in response to the article about how Misogyny may basically what ruins atheism. It is funny because a part of me loves to see the structure of something become another thing. The principle of a remix, for a musical mind. But in an organization - you can see what it’s really made of when it’s challenged within.
I rediscovered one thing about myself, above all, I am a humanist. So, I challenge atheists at every chance in a healthy conversational way because I am friends with them and will make use of rhetoric.
I discovered something new: if Atheism is based on the lack of belief in a god of any sort, then in reality Atheism cannot exist. You cannot believe anything then based on one’s Atheism. And those who claim superiority in intellect for grasping the concept of nothingness in that field of what was faith… Or something, anyhow, that’s so close minded I can just smell the hypocrisy.
So, I feel much better talking to atheists now that I have this wonderful conversation piece. I really like what it does to the conversation. Basically, you have beliefs that are there. If Atheism is mentioned it must be nullified. An interesting practice in whittling down to what is true about one’s beliefs.