Three Paradoxes of Atheism by Neil Shenvi

Three Paradoxes of Atheism by Neil Shenvi  is an 1,800-word essay that identifies how an atheist experiences conflict when seeking truth and morality.  It does not suggest that atheists can’t seek truth and morality – only that they are conflicted in doing so.  They have to suspend belief in their atheism to do it.

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