Atheist Movies

Atheism is an oft-misunderstood but passionately discussed subject. However, most debate about atheism is devoid of accurate facts and usually revolves around all sorts of rumors, myths and misconceptions. As far as atheism is concerned, one of the factors that contribute to the prevailing ignorance among people is the fact that there are not many useful and reliable sources that discuss the subject in detail and atheism seems to be restricted to a handful only. But, as the times continue to change, atheists are trying to reach out to more people so the world at large understands the concept of atheism better.

Atheist movies can be a great way to address this unfortunate situation where there is little accurate information doing the rounds and more incorrect information being shared. Movies are a great medium through which unobtrusive yet eye-opening information can be shared with people without them necessarily feeling preached upon. A number of mainstream movies question the basic tenets of many well-known religions, especially the false and hyped myths propagated by Christianity and Islam. A few other atheist movies raise intriguing questions about various religious practices and religious indoctrination.

Watching such movies can help educate people and make them more aware about not only atheism but also religion. You can have an entertaining time watching the movies and then participate in some healthy debate online or in person to stimulate yourself intellectually.

Atheist movies are also a great way to introduce spiritual and religious people to the idea of atheism, which most people refuse to even consider under normal circumstances. The word atheism seems to scare people away from even wanting to learn more about it or clarifying the misconceptions that they already have. Watch some atheist movies today and recommend them to your friends and family as these films can help non-believers promote, teach and popularize atheism.

Faith, Fraud & Minimum Wage (2010)

The film revolves around a teenage atheist named Casey, who has no idea about miracles, until one day, she creates one. Frustrated with the way her life is, she throws a coffee mug at the wall of the café Krowne Donuts, where she happens to work

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The Invention of Lying

Ricky Gervais co-wrote and co-directed The Invention of Lying, which happens to be a rather ballsy film and tells those things that we are usually afraid to say.

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The Ledge 2011

As a final test of faith, or the lack of it, the believer challenges the non-believer to step onto the ledge of a skyscraper where the latter has to decide whether to save his own life or the former’s.

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Paul (2011) Movie

Paul is not all about the protagonist making alien probe jokes while he tries to escape government agents and return to his spaceship.

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