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    embraced/converted to atheism

    Hi
    When I want to say someone became an atheist. Can I say he/she embraced/converted to atheism? What's the best choice for those who don't believe atheism is a religion.

    Thanks a lot.

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    Re: embraced/converted to atheism

    Quote Originally Posted by Over the top View Post
    Hi
    When I want to say someone became an atheist. Can I say he/she embraced/converted to atheism? What's the best choice for those who don't believe atheism is a religion.

    Thanks a lot.
    One can't really "convert" to atheism, so of the two "embraced" would be the better choice.

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