I am an atheist and I wonder what do people think about people who don't believe in god, I've been studying a lot of stuff until I become one.
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Its hit and miss. Modern atheists generally have their beliefs formed in the principle of new atheism in contrast to classical atheists like Anthony flew, camus, Nietzche etc.
New atheists generally convert within their adolescents and maintain their adolescent beliefs right through adulthood. Its generally a lot louder than classical atheism but with nothing of substance to say. I want a discussion but if one takes a reductionist aapproach to knowledge like new atheism through the lens I'd scientism rather than science... intellectually enquiry tends to go backwards.
I want new atheists to present consistently plausible arguments that move discussion forward beyond the "i don't have a belief, i lack a belief so I don't need to explain anything" (which is akin to saying i lack any degree if knowledge about reality to make any informed opinion on anything).
But if an atheist chooses to make a morality based objection to a faith. They shouldn't be free to make baseless objections but first provide an objective basis from within their own belief by which they can use to condemn which often is ignored.
If they make an objection on the basis of evidence, they need to define what is objectively evidence because what mainstream disciplines of knowledge provide generally isn't acknowledged.
I much preferred classical atheists but new atheism has a degree of entertainment value1