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In a bizarre, absolutely unrealistic sense, Russell did not mind being called a Christian.

In one essay, in discussing, “Can an Agnostic be a Christian?

Bertrand Russell (1872-1970), a British mathematician and philosopher, was applauded as one of the world’s profound thinkers.

In 1959 he was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature on the basis that he was “a defender of humanity and freedom of thought.” He authored more than 40 books covering such subjects as philosophy, education, sex, and morality. In his essay, “Why I Am Not a Christian,” he wrote: “I do not believe in God” (1957, 5).

Some turn to atheism to make sense of the planet’s insanely inequitable distribution of health, wealth, and safety.

Russell’s views of religion and morality caused a furor in the early decades of the 20th century.

Our poor Brooklynite isn't alone; it's hard out there for single atheists.

In general, Americans don't like the idea of atheists in certain parts of public life, like politics, but they definitely don't like the idea of an atheist shacking up with their kid for life.

By comparison, Americans who are religiously unaffiliated are much more comfortable with the prospect of a family member marrying a born-again Christian.

Most religious “nones” (73%) said that such a union would not matter to them, while one-in-ten (9%) even said they would be to see such a marriage. Even among people who specifically identify themselves as atheists or agnostics, two-thirds (67%) said it wouldn’t matter if a family member married a born-again Christian, while just a quarter (26%) said they’d be unhappy.

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