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expand_more 20:36 Darwin sanoi: "En ole koskaan ollut ateisti siinä mielessä että kieltäisin Jumalan olemassaolon.
13:10 Millainen ateisti on käytännössä?
"Agnostikko", tokaisi Aveling, "olisi pelkkä kunnialliseksi leimattu ateisti, ja ateisti olisi pelkkä aggressiiviseksi leimattu agnostikko.
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EnglishChristian Europe is losing the battle against a socialist and atheist Europe.
EnglishThere is religious freedom in the sense that it is possible for me to decide to be an atheist.
EnglishLet us remember that Nazism in Germany and fascism in Italy also had socialist and atheist roots.
English20:36 Darwin said, "I have never been an atheist in the same sense of denying the existence of a God.
EnglishThis is independent of one’s political orientation, whether one is religious or atheist, woman or man.
EnglishIslam is the third-largest religion in Europe; whether I, as an atheist, find that to my liking is another matter.
EnglishLadies and gentlemen, it is not on the basis of any religious conviction, but rather as an atheist, that I strongly urge caution.
English14:12 Natalie Angier wrote a rather sad piece in the New Yorker, saying how lonely she felt as an atheist.
English13:10 In practice, what is an atheist?
EnglishIn 1992, the Cuban authorities changed the constitution, the effect being to change the country from an atheist state to a secular one.
EnglishAn atheist is just somebody who feels about Yahweh the way any decent Christian feels about Thor or Baal or the golden calf.
English"'Agnostic,'" retorted Aveling, "was simply 'atheist' writ respectable, and 'atheist' was simply 'agnostic' writ aggressive."
EnglishWe are not only Muslim or Christian or atheist, but also member of a profession, student, father, member of an association and much more.
English23:50 But we don't bother to say so, and this is why my friend uses "tooth fairy agnostic" as a label for what most people would call atheist.
EnglishIn the end, the atheist and Masonic lobbies won the day, thereby turning their backs on Europe’s past and its magnificent Christian civilisation.