From thefrt.com: The view that religious belief will give way to atheism is known as the secularization thesis. The specific version favored is known as the existential security hypothesis. The basic idea is that as people become more affluent, they are less worried about lacking for basic necessities, or dying early from violence or disease. In other words they are secure in their own existence. They do not feel the need to appeal to supernatural entities to calm their fears and insecurities.
Atheism to Defeat Religion By 2038?
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