Keeping Neutrality

I would like to emphasize the importance of keeping neutrality on Atheism Wiki pages. When you knock down a theist's argument, set up their argument as strong as possible instead of employing straw man attack. When you knock down these arguments and atheism is vindicated, it has greater impact on establishing reliability of Atheism Wiki. -- stampit (30 March, 2008)

By default, we all believe in something, either by choosing, or even by not choosing. In either case, people that come here will come with pre-notions which by default makes they point of view get in the way of information here. Neutrality is like utopia and is impossible to obtain and is a impossible goal. That being said, were you hoping this wiki to promote a god loving world?! The straw man attack is so rude to suggest at such a wiki as this. I read a good 50 articles here, and based on the articles topic, he addressed the information from the best he could. Note that the point of view by default is Atheism, as this is atheism wiki. All other perspectives would better be addressed at that wiki than here. Any other perspectives here, would most likely be given only to prove a point in the article. In short, if you have a open mind to a non-religion based thinking, then you may find this wiki more to your tastes. The direction is not the problem here. It is the point of view of the reader that is causing issue. Devilmanozzy (Talk Page) 15:52, February 27, 2010 (UTC)
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