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I personally think I'll always just be at that believing in god and jesus part. In The New Yorker, Adam Gopnik took the release of two new books about the history of atheism to issue one of his periodic ‘state of modern belief” pieces.But why on Earth does that affect our relationship potential?If they were open minded and held progressive values, then I don't see why not. If they kept their religious beliefs to themselves, and respected my position as an atheist, then I would.I deeply dislike organised religion and witness daily the indoctrination of so many people, incapable of thinking for themselves. I don´t get why anybody would feel the need to believe in something that as you also said "doesn´t exist".However, I would consider dating a very open and liberal religious believer, someone who regards religion as benefitting rather than dictating their lives. I guess this feeling is stronger for gnostic atheists than for agnostic atheists though.Stephens, for that matter, takes his title from the seemingly forthright John Lennon song “Imagine.” Lennon, having flirted with atheism for about nine months, from Christmas of 1970 to the fall of 1971, fell back into a supernaturalist web of syncretism of his own, flying the “wrong,” or westerly, way around the world and practicing astrology.
Anyhow, I don't think beliefs about how the world matter very much.
I think it is interesting to be with someone who has different views, opinions and beliefs. However, if they tried to convert me to their religion, get me to visit their place of worship etc, then I wouldn't.
I just don't get why someone believing in an entity that you do not is a deal breaker for you. I probably have a different interpretation of quantum of mechanics to you. I don´t get why anybody would feel the need to believe in something that as you also said "doesn´t exist".
In fact if their faith inspired them to be benevolent then them having faith is a good thing in my books (compared to lacking faith and being immoral).
Although someone who is benevolent without faith is superior. Can you imagine spending your life with someone who agreed with you on everything? People of different religious beliefs have lived happily together in many times and places. If they kept their religious beliefs to themselves, and respected my position as an atheist, then I would. I look at the big picture which might be very philosophical but the perspective on the universe and everything that exists in it is different for an atheist and for a real believer.
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Imagine there’s no Heaven—but pay attention to the stars and throw the I Ching as necessary.