Play (1:10) February 8, 2016 What makes an atheist interested in questions of God and belief? Wahneema LubianoDuke University Jump To Comments Duke professor, Wahneema Lubiano, discusses the need for people of belief and people of non-belief to engage in the struggle for justice at The Veritas Forum at Duke University, 2015. Share This Talk Play (1:10) Topics Featured Race Tag Atheism belief Faith Embed| Duke professor, Wahneema Lubiano, discusses the need for people of belief and people of non-belief to engage in the struggle for justice at The Veritas Forum at Duke University, 2015. One thought on "What makes an atheist interested in questions of God and belief?" clifford cook says: September 25, 2016 at 9:13 am An athiest is interested in god becuase theres no such thing as an athiest , if we hear a word or statement enough times , we will start to believe it to some degree , An athiest is a person who is hurt and rebelling againt god for the pathway they have been given , usualy darker people in our society , they do believe in god , or they would not even discuss god , those who believe in god , and also believed in athiests , who did not at the time have enough of a psycological understanding , of the human mind which is not there fault as god and the angels inspires , us as and when they see fit as part of our learning on earth . So an athiest is interested in god , becuase he does believe , no one would waste there time debating and arguing over the existence of a being they did not believe in unless that being existed , .God and the angels told me through inspiration that god has instilled , in everyone a belief in him so all athiests are lying and rebelling. there is also interest in god by athiests , where there is interest there is truth , and truth is a clarification inside of us that feels right when associasted with words in a book or spoken verbaly , Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.