|Atheist George Will Denounces Religious Conservatives|
|by Tom McGregor||Mon, Sep 22, 2014, 10:13 PM|
Washington Post conservative columnist, George Will, a self-proclaimed atheist, does not agree with the notion that "conservatism without religion is meaningless."
According to NewsMax, "In a wide-ranging interview, Pulitzer Prize-winning writer George Will discusses baseball, politics, and his status as an atheist."I'm an atheist. An agnostic is someone who is not sure. I'm pretty sure. I see no evidence of God," Will told ."
Will is quoted as saying that, "Russell Kirk never quite fathomed this, which is one of the reasons why I'm not a big fan of "The Conservative Mind." For him, conservatism without religion is meaningless."
As reported by NewsMax, "This is not the first time Will, a conservative who has written several books on politics and baseball, has made his views on religion public. In May, he told that he was an atheist."
Will claims that current religious trends are just another form of "political correctness."
To read the entire article from NewsMax, link here:
written by Willnat , September 23, 2014
Nowhere in this article did I read (or infer) he "denounces religious conservatives" Did different people write the article and the title?
written by Steve J. , September 23, 2014
"I'm pretty sure. I see no evidence of God," Will told Real Clear Religion."
I guess George does not have any children? Maybe he hasn't ever seen or held a puppy? A sunrise? A sunset?
Guess he never heard of the so called "BIG bang" theory?
Obviously he doesn't understand that no matter at what scale we look at physical existence, macro or micro, that there is an ORDER to it ALL?
Ol' George apparently can't see the forest for the trees?
What a TOTAL establishment "genius".
Impressive "thinking" there George. /S
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