Published 2014 .
Written in EnglishRead online
|Other titles||Secular activism and community in America|
|Statement||Richard Cimino and Christopher Smith|
|Contributions||Smith, Christopher (Independent researcher), author, Marty, Martin E., 1928-|
|LC Classifications||BL2747.3 .C487 2014|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 196 pages|
|Number of Pages||196|
|LC Control Number||2014007238|
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In this book we argue that there has been an 'awakening' of atheist identity and politics largely among those who were already nonreligious.
'Something' happened in American society in the last three decades that mobilized nonbelievers into action, and we believe that something is the increasing public - often political - presence of religion."/5(5).
The premise of Atheist Awakening is that the last two decades have seen the creation of a self-conscious, public atheist subculture. Sure, that's pretty indisputable. The task of this book is to examine it/5.
Atheist Awakening Secular Activism and Community in America Richard Cimino and Christopher Smith Foreword by Martin Marty. An original exploration of the emerging movement of atheism in America; Draws on in-depth interviews with secularist and atheist leaders and activists; Offers insight into the media storm generated by and surrounding.
In any event, we will call this new atheist consciousness an "awakening" in that a confluence of cultural, political, and internal secularist group dynamics have come together to create a perfect storm of atheist vitality, similar in many ways to religious vitality (actually we derived the title "Atheist Awakening" during the aforementioned /5.
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Atheist awakening book This meticulous, innovative, and engaging book is essential for understanding the New Atheism within its wider social, cultural, and political contexts."—Stephen Bullivant, Senior Lecturer in Theology and Ethics, St Mary's University, TwickenhamAuthor: Richard Cimino.
Atheist Awakening is a timely contribution to the field of non-religious studies, and it does point out a direction for future research. The questions arising from each chapter (is the Internet any more important for atheists than for other groups?Author: Katherine Sissons.
The "awakening" part is "not so much a growth in numbers as an awakening to claiming atheism for themselves, and becoming more public about it," said Cimino.
By numbers alone, American atheists. Book Review: Atheist Awakening In “Atheist Awakening,” Messrs. Cimino and Smith track the current state of the atheist community, such as it is, using interviews, surveys and field reporting.
The portrait they draw reveals a diffuse group that is struggling to. Atheist Awakening is a groundbreaking study of the growth and revitalization of the atheist movement in the U.S.
Through in-depth interviews and observation of atheist gatherings, the authors find that much of this "awakening" has come about as atheists have engaged in new forms of activism and community-building.
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Cimino and Smith observe that atheists in America portray themselves as a subculture, standing in contrast to, and resisting, the perceived norm of religiosity in the US (p.
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Your lying and lack of conviction for your own rule book actually bothers me more than the questions. So, please do us all a favor and just stop. Not only is it hypocritical, but we can spot you from a mile away. Now Featured in the Patheos Book Club.
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Atheist Awakening provides an intriguing take on the look and practices of secularists in the United States by highlighting one of the most aggressively debated issues within the humanist/atheist movement: community [T]he book makes an important contribution to studies on humanism, atheism, and secularism in the United States.
That depends upon the definition of the word “Atheism” that one adheres to. If one attaches atheism directly to religion, takes the literal meaning that an atheist is a person without religion (or anti-religion) — then it is indeed possible for an. - This board is dedicated to all of us who are making both spiritual and cultural transformations.
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InSam Harris published "The End of Faith," an assault on religion as "the offal of the ancient world.". Yes, in a sense. In a spiritual awakening you gain direct experiential insight of ultimate truth. Some people may well describe what they now know as ‘God’, but for various reasons some prefer to describe it otherwise.
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