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  1. There is even a reason why these figures appeared in England. There are still communities of zealous Puritans there. People who spent their childhood and youth in such communities, but turned out to be non-religious by nature, become the worst enemies of even the slightest manifestations of religiosity.

    It's not a question of whether they are atheists or believers. The reason for zeal in spreading any views always lies in psychology. People who are often confronted with fanatical / vulgar imposition of what they do not like, most often become ardent followers of the opposite pole of the problem.

  2. Unfortunately, to my deepest regret, I have not met such atheists today, alas. But believers of all stripes, zealously climbing into all spheres of human life-a dime a dozen.

  3. All people are the same. Both atheists and believers. Everyone wants to contribute to someone's life, feel that they are heard, and somehow influence the opinion of others. Simply put, assert yourself. Believers impose their faith, non-believers impose theirs. Another thing is that atheism is now popular, which is why people who push these ideas to the masses are more visible to others. Because of this, it seems that some atheists are particularly aggressive in spreading their guesses. In general, such people are no different from blind believers who run to baptize their children immediately after the hospital. Both categories of people are naive, believe in what they do not know.

  4. What would you do if you saw a child being sacrificed to make it rain? Obviously, they would have tried to prevent it, and if it didn't come down to force methods, they would have tried to explain that rain doesn't work like that and there is no connection between killing a cub and precipitation. So atheists, seeing how religious cults of all stripes impose their own customs and traditions that have nothing to do with reality (in most cases contradict it), try to change this state of affairs.

  5. This is a form of self-harm.

    For some people with fragile minds, atheism is associated with critical thinking. By promoting atheism, they are trying to show how cool they are able to think critically. This makes it seem like they learned that you can think critically a couple of months ago.�

    Well, it happens. They'll grow up and stop.

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