Reasonable individuals, religious or not, may agree to disagree in a civilized manner, without resorting to poisonous attacks that just add to the wrath. In theory, at least. However, wherever these conversations take place, intense emotions often triumph over moderation. Death threats hate mail, and venomous remarks are regrettably not uncommon.
Atheism is a belief system that does not believe in the existence of gods. Atheists think there is no such thing as a deity. Religion, on the other hand, is based on the belief in the presence of gods who are seen to have a significant impact on believers’ lives.
There is a belief that atheism will ultimately overtake religion, which may be linked to a variety of issues. This paper aims to demonstrate that atheism will eventually triumph over religion.
These reasons for atheism’s supremacy may be divided into three categories: philosophical, historical, and sociological. One of the main reasons for this is the absence of empirical proof of god’s existence.
This goes against religion’s insistence on inclusion when it comes to the worship of a deity. This worldview, in a manner, supports the atheists’ anti-religious argument. The existence of God is seen as a subjective experience in which different people have encountered God in various ways, such as via dreams and visions, while others have only seen him through angels (Honderich, 1995).
This refutes religious preconceptions even more. People have also raised concerns about God’s Genesis, with some finding it difficult to think that God could have originated from nothing. Given that Christians believe God is the creator, one must wonder who created the deity who created everything (Hancock, 1996).
Atheists perceive omniscience to be a terribly paradoxical conundrum. This is founded on the assumption that this deity knows everything and, as a result, cannot forget anything. However, the contradiction is that by forgetting certain things, he no longer knows everything as promised.