Sunday, December 25, 2011

John Loftus feels neglected

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.


  1. I'm having the same trouble getting people to read my blog...

  2. I've been enjoying your blog, PA.

  3. I was just jokin' around, TF, but I surely do appreciate it!

  4. Oh, wait. You were just joking too, weren't you? :-(