New Scientist: Why atheists think harder than other folk. Huh?
|December 25, 2017||Posted by News under Atheism, Intelligent Design, Naturalism, Religion|
They’re more humble too. From Graham Lawton at New Scientist:
Almost everybody who has ever lived has believed in some kind of deity. Even in today’s enlightened and materialistic times, atheism remains a minority pursuit requiring hard intellectual graft. Even committed atheists easily fall prey to supernatural ideas. Religious… More.
See also: If naturalism can explain religion, why does it get so many basic facts wrong?
Lay off Graham Lawton (more on the New Scientist “Darwin was wrong” article) (2009)
A New Scientist editor acknowledges that the riddle of free will is unsolved (2011)
Collectively, New Scientist wonders whether God exists (2016)