“Positive Atheism at its Best”

The Friendly Atheist has a post today that caught my eye and attention. It’s about a newspaper article featuring a civil engineer, 55, who’s worked in Iraq and provided Katrina relief, and is an atheist. He talks about his personal values and belief in family and helping fellow humankind:

Positive Atheism at its Best

In a related note, he has an earlier post I just read where an atheist laments a fellow atheist co-worker’s terrible presentation of his nihilistic bent to a believer, and provides a much better, appealing, positive presentation of her non-theism in a way more conducive to positive inter-personal relations:

How Not to Explain Atheism