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    Hug an Atheist

    This is a film about atheists: the stories of people who have come out as atheists, the stories of people who are actively campaigning and the struggles they’ve had to deal with, the stories of every...


    Uploaded Dec 24, 2013

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    Hug an Atheist

    Directed by Sylvia Broeckx 2013


    Uploaded Dec 24, 2013

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    Hug an Atheist

    Despite being founded in 1776 on the basis of religious freedom, America has long shunned the atheists in its population. As this group grows and becomes more vocal, many people have started to doubt the stereotypes pushed forward by various media and social groups. Hug an Atheist is a documentary film featuring ordinary and well-known atheists. It refrains from polarising the population and debate into religion versus atheism, but highlights instead how atheists go through life. How do atheists deal with moments in life during which religion provides guidance and strength to its adherents? Where do they find morals, hope and love? How do they raise children? How do they grieve? In the film, these topics and related others are discussed with ordinary atheists
    and are put into the more general context and thinking of their community.

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