Too many to name. In fact, if you reckon all the logically possible atheistic worldviews, the number will be infinite. But even if you only count worldviews actually embraced, there are too many to survey. They range from Marxism (radical socialism) to Objectivism (radical capitalism) and everything in between. Even some supernatural worldviews, like forms of Taoism and Buddhism, are atheistic. I advocate a politically moderate Naturalism and Secular Humanism, but even those have diverse possibilities within them that are still healthily debated. As we are not dogmatists, we do not consider the truth to be settled, but accept and encourage constant inquiry and debate over the correct beliefs to hold.
What are the different types of Atheism?
The Atheist Perspective
Aren't Allah, Brahman and Yahweh just different names for the same God?
Answers: Atheist, Muslim, Christian
What kind of god would give people cancer, aids, epilepsy, emphysema, diarrhea, or any of the other medical problems people get? Why worship a god that isn't good, even if he does exist?
Answers: Muslim, Atheist, Christian
Given that some parts of the Bible are literally true and others are metaphors or parables, how do you decide which is which?
Why do Muslims not eat pork?
Here is another contradiction of the millions in the bible: Hebrews 6:18 vs. Ezekiel 14:9, if you think this isn't a contradiction, please respond with proof from scripture.
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