Friday, April 12, 2013

PZ Myers says the atheist community is on the "cusp of a crisis". PZ Myers admits atheists are largely a bunch of: geeks, "scattered society of Internet nerds" and a "largely irrelevant subset of the population".


Are there good reasons to believe the atheism "movement" doomed to irrelevance?

The militant atheist PZ Myers admits atheists are largely a bunch of: geeks, "scattered society of Internet nerds" and are a "largely irrelevant subset of the population".  Myers also admits the atheist community is on the "cusp of a crisis".

For more information please see: In Seattle, PZ Myers Reflects Candidly on His Constituency

My favorite quote from the  article is:
A crisis looms, in Myers's view, because he looks around himself and sees a not very promising basis for a mass movement. He's right. There is indeed a quality of geeky isolation from reality, common sense, and the fullness of life that I see as a motif in atheist and Darwin activism alike.
Related resource

7 reasons why the growth prospects of the atheist nerd population is bleak
 

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Global decline of atheism/agnosticism 

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Evolutionists, atheists and agnostics: What is your master plan to reverse your decline?

Trends facing atheism

Decline of atheism video


Eric Kaufmann: Shall the Religious Inherit the Earth? from Australian Broadcasting Corporation on FORA.tv

Shall the Religious Inherit the Earth?



Eric Kaufmann - Demography and religion/secularism




Question Evolution! Campaign resources and other resources

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Responses to the 15 Questions: part 2 - Questions 4–8

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