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  1. Same sh*t happens when I discuss my nontheism in theistic spaces – there’s this sense that more fundamentalist minds do not want to accept the idea that nontheism is a viable option. I’ve actually discussed nontheistic practice before and that, especially in Judaism, there’s a stable part that are themselves skeptical of the existence of a deity, but they still practice because Judaism isn’t so much about orthodoxy (right belief) but orthopraxy (right act).

    I’ve been given ugly looks about that by Christians when I say that it is possible to have a religious practice that doesn’t depend on theistic mindset. It’s quite a foreign concept to communities whose religious centers aren’t revolving around Rome, Moscow, or Istanbul, or which are products of the Reformation.

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