Imagine yourself in a place where there is no god and there is no belief of this god or any gods. There is no assertion that there ever was a god to begin the existence of humankind and there is no revelation of this god. In fact, god never existed and to the simple truth, god never was. This assertion would be greatly criticized by those who have a strong affirmation with god and also by those who affiliate with gods. These religions would contend to several arguments, some of which include purpose and morals, and that the existence of god is necessary for the existence of man. Because it is necessary for man to be a reality, there has to be god because god gives purpose and meaning to the life of man. However, this reality is accepted by the Atheist and their answer to this imagination is the world we live in. It is in their belief that there is no god and was never a god to begin life.
Yet, Atheism is not simply defined as to “no god” because in its groundwork there has been two forms of it. The first, which is a narrow definition and a much stronger definition, is the assertion that there are no gods. In this definition, there is complete denial to god or gods and claims that there never was a god. The second form of it, which is a broader term and much looser definition, is that the Atheist is simply someone who does not agree with a person who believes in a god or gods. This term has a weaker stance to the claim of being an Atheist because it asserts that the Atheist will not follow a god or gods until there can be physical proof to an existence of god. Until there is proof and strong evidence to there is being a god, then their side is with the belief that there is no god and will stay to that belief until evidence proves otherwise. Although both assert a system where god is not involved, one is weaker and the other is stronger in claims against those who are willing to oppose it.
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