You'd realy, realy like to believe that, wouldn't you? For a start there never was an 'atheistic age' and scientific truth (the 99.99recurring% sort of objective truth) is slowly but surely forming the background of human lives. There may be groups here and there who can't bear to accept that there is no supernatural,, and they have, and will, perhaps always should, retain the right to believe that. This I relufctantly accept, although it means millions of future children being indoctrinated into believing something for which zero evidence exists.
This (and the rest of your response in this post) is very close to the evangelistic Christianity I put up with on too regular a basis--in reverse. It's such an oversimplification that even Dawkins would be uncomfortable.
You need to get involved in serious discussions with real atheists more often.
Today is Easter, and I have a full day of celebratory activities planned.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 21-Apr-19 15:14 by drrayeye.