Anti-Accommodationism: “Pro-Outspoken Atheism”

I am a firebrand atheist roughly understood as outspoken atheism or “anti-accommodationism” atheism, which for most who don’t know is in contrast with quite personal atheism or atheist accommodationism often to a level of “anti-firebrand atheism” or unfavorable views towards the use of “anti-accommodationism” atheism. “Accommodationist” atheists in a general way are those who frown upon outspoken atheism or atheists who publicly attack gods or religious beliefs, most especially because they think people have the right to religious beliefs and believe firebrand atheism risks alienating so called open-minded liberal and moderate religious people, hinder support for separation of church and state, or other crucial matters of public policy. Keeping quiet about how stupid or discredited religion and gods are, it would be kind of like women or LGBTQI individuals who feel they are best keeping quiet about women’s discrimination or oppression are mocked in this country. To the thought of “accommodationism” atheist, I just say “NO” as I am a firebrand atheist and that is not to be against others choice of atheists styles. It is just my style and one I champion. According to an atheist philosopher Daniel Fincke “Anti-Accommodationism” is pro-philosophy. Anyway, I oppose anything even like religion including atheist church but that’s just me. Some with the accommodationist approach seem to champion religious freedom while not extending this believed equality to outspoken atheism as I have been chastised by such atheist accommodationists many times and thus there are those using this accommodationism in regards to the separation of church and state opposes the separationist approach which has been dominant in the courts. According to accommodationists, the...