A couple days ago I asked atheists to let us know what their worldviews explained better than Christianity. (I did not say atheism was a worldview. See that post for more on that.)
I’ve processed the answers through a Mac program called “The Brain.” It’s pretty interesting what it can do. See the outline and interconnections here. It looks like this (though larger), but click on any of the outline points there, and you’re likely to find it’s linked in multiple ways to other items.
I’m using this software now on a 30-day trial, after which I think that page may disappear unless I buy the program. (It isn’t cheap.) If this fancy webpage goes away next month, I think this scaled-down version will at least remain.
So atheists, this is your chance to see what you might have missed and to complete your description of what you think your worldview explains better than Christianity. Please also let us know if you think some of this fits others, perhaps, but not yourself. I think it would be interesting to know whether this is a fairly general view, taken as a whole.
Theists, let’s just listen this time, okay? I can assure you I’ll give us a chance to jump in on a later post. This is just for the purpose of finding out what others think, not suggesting to them what they ought to think.
Update 1:20 pm EDT: I’ve re-organized the information in here since the original posting. There are no new bullet points other than one I thought was in there previously but turned out not to be: divine hiddenness. Otherwise the only difference is the main title and the organizational scheme.
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