One of the world's best-known philosophers argues that there is no good or sufficient natural reason to believe: (a) that the universe is created by a conscious, personal, willing, and doing Being; (b) that such a Being has provided his (or her or its) creatures with a Revelation; or (c) that we should either hope or fear some future for ourselves after our deaths.
God and the New Atheism: A Critical Response to Dawkins, Harris, and Hitchens/A Reasonable God: Engaging the New Face of Atheism Crawford, Nathan.
Anglican Theological Review, Vol. 94, No. 1, Winter 2012
Overcoming Antagonistic Atheism to Recast the Image of Humanism: In Keeping with the Policy of the Humanist to Accommodate the Diverse Cultural, Social, Political, and Philosophical Viewpoints of Its Readers, This Occasional Feature Allows for the Expression of Alternative, Dissenting, or Opposing Views on Issues of Importance to Humanists and the Humanist Movement Nall, Jeff.
The Humanist, Vol. 66, No. 4, July-August 2006
The Gospel According to Pullman ; SCHOOLS for the First Time, Pupils Are to Be Taught about Atheism as Part of Religious Studies in a Course Devised by Two of the UK's Leading Children's Writers. Caroline Haydon Reports Haydon, Caroline.
The Independent (London, England), March 2, 2006