Posted: Jun 29, 2016 4:25 pm
by Alan B
Al-Fatihah wrote:
Alan B wrote:
The New Penguin English Dictionary (Richard Dawkins on the Advisory Committee :doh: )
"The belief or doctrine that there is no deity."

Compact Oxford English Dictionary
"Disbelief in the existence of a god or gods."

Which one, in your opinion, is correct?

Response: Both definitions mean exactly the same. So you can pick whichever you like.

Utter rubbish. You are showing your ignorance of the English language. The first definition states atheism is a 'belief'. The second definition states atheism is a 'non-belief'.

So I'll ask you again. Which in your opinion is correct?