Todd May

Author, Professor of Ethics and Political Philosophy, Clemson University

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For some, it is part of the human condition to believe in something other than ourselves — something larger than life and larger than ourselves.

What does it mean to be an atheist in today’s America?

For some, it is part of the human condition to believe in something other than ourselves — something larger than life and larger than ourselves.

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