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  • adjective Not believing in any gods

Etymologies

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non- +‎ theistic

Examples

  • As I've said before (I think, but I'm too lazy to check), I'd prefer "nontheistic" to

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Expect a whole new language for this kind of thing including their own label 'nontheistic'.

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  • As I've said before (I think, but I'm too lazy to check), I'd prefer "nontheistic" to

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • (Granted, there are many other strands in the tapestry of religion, and granted, I've entirely overlooked the polytheistic and nontheistic religions, such as Hinduism and some forms of Buddhism, but in that short list above, we encompass more than half the world's population, and well over half its believers.)

    Clay Farris Naff: Can Evolution Tell Us What God Wants?

  • (Granted, there are many other strands in the tapestry of religion, and granted, I've entirely overlooked the polytheistic and nontheistic religions, such as Hinduism and some forms of Buddhism, but in that short list above, we encompass more than half the world's population, and well over half its believers.)

    Clay Farris Naff: Can Evolution Tell Us What God Wants?

  • That excludes polytheistic Americans like Hindus, nontheistic Buddhists and the 16 percent of us with no religious affiliation.

    Roy Speckhardt: Choosing Faith Over Freedom

  • It's bad enough that this resolution is a waste of precious legislative time, but the motto it recommends posting on public buildings is in direct opposition to our national tradition of secular governance and is a slap in the face to the many nontheistic Americans who object to government endorsement of religion.

    Roy Speckhardt: Choosing Faith Over Freedom

  • (Granted, there are many other strands in the tapestry of religion, and granted, I've entirely overlooked the polytheistic and nontheistic religions, such as Hinduism and some forms of Buddhism, but in that short list above, we encompass more than half the world's population, and well over half its believers.)

    Clay Farris Naff: Can Evolution Tell Us What God Wants?

  • It's bad enough that this resolution is a waste of precious legislative time, but the motto it recommends posting on public buildings is in direct opposition to our national tradition of secular governance and is a slap in the face to the many nontheistic Americans who object to government endorsement of religion.

    Roy Speckhardt: Choosing Faith Over Freedom

  • That excludes polytheistic Americans like Hindus, nontheistic Buddhists and the 16 percent of us with no religious affiliation.

    Roy Speckhardt: Choosing Faith Over Freedom

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