The debate "If an atheist earned a degree in theology they would be an atheologist" was started by
May 27, 2015, 10:12 pm.
14 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 7 people are on the disagree side.
People are starting to choose their side.
It looks like most of the people in this community are on the agreeing side of this statement.
I_Voyager posted 5 arguments, WordSpeller posted 5 arguments, soullesschicken posted 1 argument to the agreers part.
I_Voyager, PsychDave, soullesschicken, WordSpeller, toughgamerjerry, Damn3d, Maxx_Royy, KimUri, dylan21502 and 5 visitors agree.
Ashna and 6 visitors disagree.
Hey Voyager, tell me if you reply when a fly says 'bzzz' by your ear
Oh, ok. I didn't know neither the meaning of the word nor its function in the context xD
... that's a disappointing response.
What the heck is that mean?
It's so slimy.
Another good way to rest the brain is having sex but I don't think you like it xD
Sometimes irrelevant questions are a good way to rest the brain out of arguing over the important issues. We can't always be arguing about abortions, bombs, Islam, god or welfare.
Well, interesting at the very least...
Nice question. Pretty irrelevant, but nice question.
This is entirely hypothetical. I think most reputable theological schools or universities with theology departments are mature enough that they wouldn't deny an atheist entry into a theology school. If the faculty were objective enough, they could potentially accept with good grades the efforts of an atheist to reflect upon the academic theological logic and refute or represent it according to their atheistic perspective. If they successfully accomplished earning their theology degree, if they continued to academically apply their atheist theology academically, they would be an atheologist.