South Suburban Freethought Community


South Suburban Freethought Community

The South Suburban Freethought Community is the answer to the needs of freethinkers. A group of friendly people who see the world from a skeptical and questioning perspective. We provide an opportunity to socialize in an atmosphere that promotes critical thinking.

Website: Facebook Group
Location: Richton Park, IL
Members: 37
Latest Activity: Jan 6, 2015


The mission of The Atheist Community of South Chicago Suburbs (ACSCS) is to develop and support the secular community, to provide atmosphere that promotes friendship, critical thought and information literacy. The ACSCS provides a place to hang out and meet new people and participate in Atheist Stuff. We provide a tolerant environment that facilitates critical discourse, freedom of dissent and critical problem solving where individuals are encouraged to be who they are. The ACSCS is committed to furthering the development of atheist stuff by holding a meetups at locations specified on the calender.

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Project SSA Podcast

Started by William. Last reply by Christian J Brooks Jun 6, 2010. 1 Reply

I've been wanting to put together a podcast for a while. Mr. Jason reestablished my interest in it.I was wondering:Is anyone else interested?Is anyone tech savvy enough to put it together?I'm willing to be a host but I need someone to play off of.…Continue

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Comment by William on August 13, 2010 at 7:52pm
I set up a meet up group Here:
Comment by William on August 5, 2010 at 10:22pm
The Northwest Indiana meeting was pretty cool. And on the drive back i was trying to figure out why found it so enjoyable. Because they didn't do anything beyond other other groups I've visited. And then I figured it out, there were two married couples in the group. I think thats been the first time I've seen married people at a group.
Anyway, you can find this group at.
Its a bit of a hike, but its worth it.
Comment by William on August 5, 2010 at 3:35pm
Theres an Atheist meeting in Valparaiso IN that i'm gonna crash tonight. I'll post something later, and let everybody know how it went.
Comment by William on August 2, 2010 at 1:13pm
Oh I just finished.
40 Days and 40 Nights: Darwin, Intelligent Design, God, Oxycontin®, and Other Oddities on Trial in Pennsylvania
Its about the dover trial. It has some absolutely historical court transcripts. The book was apparently written by Darwin's great grandson. I didn't know much about the trial, out side of news articles before this.

And for the non-reader types there is supposed to be a documentary made by the same guy out there also.
Comment by William on August 2, 2010 at 1:05pm
Yeah, I donno about that one. I'm not sure I trust anyone writing with a pen name. My only issue with the "god hates you book" besides most of the stories already being kinda boring, is that the guy seems to have published it with out an editor. Which is pretty shady. There's not really any grammatical mistakes, just problems with how clunky the flow of words are once in a while. But it functions very well in order to get all the stories down. Oddly enough, I was talking to a friend about this, I was familiar with all the bible stories, except one, and this book was the first time I heard them in chronological order all at once.
Comment by Adrienne Darby on August 2, 2010 at 11:22am
I've been looking to read that one. It seemed interesting enough. I was directed to that one from Amazon from the book "Does God Get Diahrrea?".
Comment by William on July 28, 2010 at 7:00pm
Hey, if anybody is looking to read the bible, but doesn't want to drill through 1000s of pages I recommend "God Hates you Hate him back"
The book is terribly over priced on amazon. But the kindle version is around 7 bucks. Its kinda like bible cliff notes for non-believers. I Just finished it today.
Comment by William on July 20, 2010 at 9:17pm
I've been playing with the idea to crash a unitarian univerisalist church, for research purposes. and I saw this.

Sunday, July 25th:
10 am Worship and Religious Education
Sermon by Heather Godbout, "The UU Seven Principles and the Wisdom of Dr. Seuss"
Comment by William on July 17, 2010 at 12:39pm
I might be crashing the northwest Indiana Meetup tomorrow morning. Why they had to ruin my sleeping in time I donno. I post something tomorrow let people know how it went.
Comment by William on July 15, 2010 at 4:01pm
Just set up a yahoo group!
Still tweaking with it.

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