Yes, I don't expect anyone to do my homework for me but, I think it's going to be best if I ask fellow atheists for insight. Rather then my parents, peers or teacher. If they had an understanding of the issue, sure. My goal of this paper is that when I'm done, I will be able to hand it to anyone I encounter and provide them with information. Of course, I also wanna get an A!DallasHeathen wrote:John,
Good luck with the project. I think people here will be glad to let you bounce ideas off them, but most will probably stop short of doing your homework for you. I'm not meaning to cut you short, but it probably helps to talk about the scope of the discussion right up front.
I've already written about atheism in the class before this. I didn't fail that paper so I think I'm safe to say I'm in the clear.Kathy_4 wrote:I hope your teacher is a liberal. lol.Thesis: "Atheism has been, and continues to be, a vibrant and objective way to view the world, its surroundings, and mortal inhabitants."
DallasHeathen wrote:I agree with your teacher. Even the name you picked for your topic sounds more like a debate resolution than the title of an informative research paper. I think you'd have more success if you pick a topic that you're less invested in emotionally.
Ah, I never thought of it from that perspective. Thanks.dromedaryhump1 wrote:Your referencing "mortal" inhabitants presupposes there are other types of inhabitants of the world. I am unaware of any life form that is not "mortal"... and for you to infer there is discounts you as an atheist at face.
John McClane wrote:Yes, I have been asked to do a neutral research paper. However, all I am doing is stating the view of theistic claims held by atheists. I think it's certainly possible for me to do so and I also think that the true test of a writer is being able to write an objective paper on something you feel strongly about. As such, I'm more definitely going to be continuing with my topic unless I am unable to find enough information to fill 5-7 pages.
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