Both religious people and atheists of all varieties have important stories to share about their experiences. We can all benefit from asking, "What's it like to be you?"
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I am impressed by how often certain atheists' posts make knowledgeable references to elements of faith and wonder if their quarrel is not so much with God.
Some atheists may not object to practices of the believer, but at bottom atheists find it painful to admit that knowledge is limited. Yet science itself, supposedly the atheist's greatest ally, shows that it is.
Atheism and Judaism have more in common than meets the eye. Some overtly spiritual, others more practical, we seek knowledge of the unknown in thought, prayer, science, business and in everyday life.
If religious affiliation is a protected category in our laws, our minds and our actions, so too must non-affiliation and atheism. The interfaith movement must lead the way.
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