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Putting it quite simply, they don't worship. The definition above is but one. There are more. In fact, three of the four on Merriam-Webster make no mention of worship at all.Ok my next question would be about worship. The definition of Religion: the belief in and worship of a superhuman power or powers, especially a God or gods.
Who and what do atheists worship if they are considered religious atheists.
you must see my confusion as it seems religious atheists as an oxymoron.
I believe in the existence of gods, but I, personally, have no practical use for them in this life.I looked up transtheist because it's a new term to me and I can say I still don't understand it. Basically it read that godhood is not the highest level of spiritual enlightenment. Or spiritual achievement?
Do you still believe in god/gods?
In Hinduism, there are three main yogas, or paths/practices/disciplines, one can follow during the course of one's life; bhakti yoga (the path worship/devotion), karma yoga (the path of action), and jnana yoga (the path of knowledge). One can follow all three, two, or just one. I personally walk the last.