How is it that “a leading atheist spokesperson” is not notable enough for a Wikipedia article?
December 25, 2011 at 4:06 pm John W. Loftus
My apologies to people who have read it before but it just seems I am continually misunderstood by both sides of this great debate.
Wikipedia has decided I’m not notable enough for an article. I really do not care one whit if I get an article or not...
Many Christians hate me while several of them dog my steps like few others.
So on the one hand Christians don’t like what I do and on the other hand I don’t have enough atheist supporters to counteract them.
When it comes to atheists I am not a scientist so some scientifically minded atheists may look down their noses at me. Since I don’t have a PhD some atheists (mostly non-PhD degreed people) think I don’t know what I’m talking about. Since my target is to debunk Christianity some atheists think I’m too offensive (without actually reading what I write). To date Michael Shermer’s Skeptic magazine does not offer any of my books for sale in the back of their monthly magazine, nor have they reviewed them.