o.k., time to unload another autographed copy of WEIT, made out to the lucky winner of this contest:
Provide a snappy, one-word name for those atheists who are nonetheless soft on faith (i.e., atheist accommodationists). You know them — the kind of people, like Michael Ruse, who say, “I am an atheist, but . . .”. In other words, the folks who, says Daniel Dennett, have “belief in belief.” That’s a snappy phrase, but it ain’t one word.
RULES: Contest open for one week, answers on this thread. Only two submissions per person. Be clever, as it’s the word I want to use on this website from now on. PLEASE do not post anything on this thread except your entries.