"Evangelical atheism": Sounds like an oxymoron, doesn't it? But "evangelism" literally means "bringing of good news." I believe that strong atheism, the belief that there is no god, is not only true but is also good news. I also believe that the world would be a better place if there were more atheists. Unless you already are one, I believe you would be happier and the world would be a better place if you were an atheist.
There are already a number of resources on atheism: books, web sites, movies, you name it. Most of them patiently deal with the rational. This is as it should be; atheism is the only rational response to the question of whether there is a god. What I want to focus on, though, is the emotional. I believe that emotion, not reason, is the moat between the fantasy of religion and the reality of atheism.
Life is hard, and religionists take comfort in "knowing" that it's all according to God's purpose. But, if true, would it really be comforting? That a benevolent, loving god could think of no better way to do what he needs to do by causing so much suffering along with joy?
Life ends in death, but wouldn't eternal life be worse?
Many people go to religious services to reinforce their love of God, but isn't that palpable feeling really the love of each other?
We all are lonely, but aren't six billion of us, most of whom are really fine people, enough?
But wait, there's more!
There's so much more I want to say on this topic, but it's not here yet. For now, you can look at my atheism links. For a look at how atheism influences my politics, you can check out some of my letters to the editor, many of which are informed by atheism.