The 2018 Nobel peace prize will go to a group that doesn’t necessarily fit the definition of an atheist: a woman who leads a non-religious life.
The winner of the 2018 prize, Annie Laurie Gaylor, will be honored for her work with religious communities, including the United Methodist Church and the United Church of Christ.
The Nobel Committee has said the prize is awarded for the achievement of “a profound, lasting and significant change in human history.”
The 2018 winner is Annie Laurie Huggins, who is the author of the best-selling book The Gifted Hands of God, a book that has become a bible for many Christians.
The book focuses on the importance of God’s gifts and how they are distributed, and how people can use them in their lives.
She was awarded the 2018 peace prize for her efforts to improve the lives of children, with a focus on the issue of education.
She said she was inspired by the work of her Christian peers in Uganda, who had been left behind by the global poverty crisis.
She also learned from the plight of other Christian communities.
“I have been struck by how much the way I see my faith affects others and how I can make a difference in the world,” she said.
The 2018 Nobel committee said that this year’s prize will be awarded for “a transformative contribution to science, art, and technology.”
It said that the committee will use the prize for research, education and development and to “empower the world to lead in the knowledge and discovery of life.”
A few months ago, the committee announced a special prize for those who “transform the world through their work.”
The committee said the Nobel Peace Laureates were chosen “from among those who have given their life to the cause of peace and justice, and to those who use their influence for good, including through their writings and speeches.”
The winner will be announced at a ceremony on Monday.
The 2016 Nobel Peace prize went to the Norwegian Nobel Committee, and the 2017 prize went directly to Swedish author and Nobel laureate Olof Palme.