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  1. Atheism is a property of several different worldviews. For example, materialistic atheists improve in strength, power, power, and control over circumstances. Hedonistic atheists [not all hedonists are atheists, many just don't care] are sophisticated in getting pleasure. Atheist Buddhists [not all Buddhists are atheists, many simply avoid this issue] are improving in freeing themselves from addictions. Nihilistic atheists are trained in destruction.

  2. Here's a man. He lives and is forced to make sense of his life. Look for a way to live meaningfully, so that you are not ashamed of yourself for what you have lived. This search may lead him to religion. It doesn't remove any doubts, but it gives you direction. Going in this direction, he is faced with doubts about whether he is going right. Overcomes them or does not overcome them and changes the direction – for example, from Orthodox to Catholics. Or vice versa. Or even become a Buddhist. Is this person improving in religion? If so, substitute atheism for religion and nothing will change. I also search, doubt, test, discard, and supplement.

    And if for you to make progress in religion is to become numb, lose flexibility day by day, lose doubts-then you will easily find such atheists. And like you, they sometimes excel at it – it's easier for them than it is for me.

  3. Atheism is pure common sense. This is a refusal to accept ANY information without proof (on faith), and not just religious information – about gods, miracles, prophets, the soul…

    Therefore, if an atheist improves at least in something different from a believer, it will be RATIONAL THINKING. No other differences are observed.

  4. It is necessary to understand what exactly to improve.

    [Atheism (al-Greek. ἄθεος “the denial of God[1]; atheism[2]”; from ἀ “without” + God “God”[2][3][4]) in a broad sense, the rejection of belief in the existence of any deity/God[5][6][7]. In a broader sense, atheism is simply a lack of belief in the existence of gods[8][9][10][11], in a narrower sense — the belief that there are no gods[12]. .

    Atheism is also often understood as a denial of the existence of the supernatural in general..

    Atheism is characterized by a belief in the self-sufficiency of the natural world (nature)..

    Therefore, it is necessary to convince oneself that the world is self-sufficient, does not require a Creator, it means to prove the self-manifestation of everything out of nothing. It is to prove how the world created itself in order to “remove” the external cause of the laws of the world, and not just to say “there is no God”, for an unproven statement is faith. And faith is a word that the atheist shuns like fire.

    This is a difficult task for a self-improving atheist. After all, until he solves it, he is still a believer, only not in reason, not in Reason that created the world, but in the miracle of self-creation.

    Also, an atheist may believe that the world has always existed, but this is also faith(((.

    If I knew the ways of such improvement in atheism, I might be an atheist myself. But I don't have enough sense for that.

    The only thing I can do is to wish the atheist who denies Reason more reason to cultivate in atheism.

  5. I'll probably reveal a terrible secret.

    There is no gradation of perfection in atheism. To be an atheist, it is enough just not to believe in God/gods and other supernatural things, as well as to believe that the world is fundamentally knowable.

    The fact that a person has become an atheist does not make him more perfect and does not impose on him any obligations to confirm his atheism.

    As for the question of improving yourself, you need to improve yourself in your actions, knowledge, profession, and many other aspects that exist regardless of your views on atheism or faith.

  6. Completely mirrored:

    How exactly do religious believers improve their faith in God?

    Well, something like: “Today I believe in God more and better than yesterday. And tomorrow I will be more perfect, I will believe even more and even better than today.” Well, in the app: repeated reading of the Bible, visiting twice as many holy places, kissing three more holy relics than last year, and so on.

    Or: “Today I discovered another violation of the commandments and corrected it. I have prayed and forgiven an unexpected sin, and I will try not to do this again…”

    Really interesting! After all, to improve something is to assume some goals and progress.

    What about an atheist? Doesn't believe in God – and that's it! Primitive!..

  7. What and how exactly do bald people improve in the absence of hair?

    If a person does not need the idea of God, then what is there to improve?

    There are militant atheists who try to spread their beliefs. But they are perfected in criticism of religion rather than in atheism.

  8. Hello.

    Once upon a time, God created many bright Angels. The highest of them, Dennitsa (son of the dawn), saw his perfection and decided to be a god himself. Many other Angels followed him.

    There was a war in the sky. Archangel Michael and the Angels loyal to God and the fallen archangel and his minions (comrades). The faithful defeated the infidels and brought them down from the sky to the earth.

    By the great grace of the Lord, the fallen angels were able to repent and return to heaven. The fallen archangel was allowed to stay in the earthly Paradise so that he could feel the mercy of his Creator.

    But Dennitsa improved in his fall and involved man in sin. Because of this, he and his angels were cursed and now they are waiting to be condemned to the hell of fire, prepared not for people, but for those who perfect themselves in falsehood and evil, in their apostasy.

    To this day, Angels are perfected in goodness and truth, in loyalty to God and humility, and demons – fallen angels-in pride and resistance to God.

    So there are many God-defying people on earth. And they are improving in their sin of perseverance against the truth, turning science to atheism, as if there is no other science but materialistic, in order to catch the believers in their unbelief. In other ways, they are also given time to correct, but will they understand? will they return to the faith?

  9. In the broadest sense, atheism is simply a lack of belief in the existence of gods.

    How can you improve the absence of something?

    It is already extremely perfect.

    And if this belief still exists, then it is not atheism and not atheists.

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