Do atheist need a symbol?
"Lots of people dont understand what Atheism is. Its the anti-thesis of theism. Meaning, its against religions. Or the belief in NO religions." - almost true, but let me add: Atheism as a philosophical view, is the position that either affirms the nonexistence of gods or rejects theism ~ encyclopedia quote
There are atheistic religions, such as my own - Buddhism
I think that has no bearing an whether or not atheism requires a symbol. It's a personal decision, in my opinion.
yea I soo think that atheists so should have there own symbols that would be alosom to see more people like that around im atheists and I have a t shirt with one of thies symbols on it o yea and its not that we are anti-religions it just that we bleve what we want and do want we want we dont have to fallow some religion we can make it are own way.
I can bleve in something about a religion but that does not make me anyway possable not atheists
Several symbols have been suggested over the years.
American Atheists use an atom symbol with an "A" at the nucleus.
An "A" in a circle in various styles has been suggested but this is similar to a symbol used by anarchists.
I like the mathematical null symbol. A circle with a slash through it.
No. Then of course it would become a religion.
Lots of people dont understand what Atheism is. Its the anti-thesis of theism. Meaning, its against religions. Or the belief in NO religions.
Religions have symbols. Ergo... atheism would have none.
I don't think it's a good idea. Atheism is not a philosophy or an organization, it's just a lack of belief in deities. It's better to promote the ideas you embrace, such as possibly secular humanism, which has an apt symbol already.
No. Then of course it would become a religion
Asymbol dosen't make a religion. im a firefighter our most reconized symbol is the Maltess cross but that dont make firefighting a religion
Christians,Jews,and Islamic people have one so why not?
There is one. Unsurprisingly, it's controversial.
Don't think symbols matter
Here's an idea for one...