In my last discussion at DePaul University, a student asked me if I had spent any time with atheists. In my first 52 weeks, I did not, but since then, have considered atheist perspectives just as I have considered traditions and perspectives from different world religions. I respect anyone who has thoughtfully considered what they believe. But this talk (and anyone who knows me knows I love TED) gives an interesting perspective – what aspects of a religious community could atheists learn from? Beyond the belief in a specific deity, prophet, or path to enlightenment, are there aspects of religious community that atheists could enjoy and/or benefit from? Enjoy this piece on Atheism 2.0.