American Atheists (Official)


American Atheists (Official)

American Atheists is a nationwide movement which defends the civil rights of nonbelievers, works for the separation of church and state, and addresses issues of First Amendment public policy.

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Comment by John Loq on March 30, 2011 at 11:55am
Christains are jerks.  They should sing "God Bless The World"
Comment by lol mahmood on February 22, 2011 at 6:35am
Hi all. More-or-less lifelong british atheist currently serving in Bastion, wonder ing whether there are any AA people over here too. Partly just to say "hi", partly to find out whether you're having an easier time than I am when it comes to downloading podcasts; british internet access is quite limited, but i've heard that in Leatherneck the megabytes flow like wine! Drop me a message.


Comment by Dustin Rogers on February 20, 2011 at 9:17pm
I need your help! i wan't to write a self help book like the A.A, or N.A books but on the topic of recovering from religion. who is willing to help?
Comment by Scott on January 31, 2011 at 6:57pm

Is a good website.

Comment by Indygrl76 on January 28, 2011 at 8:08pm
Hello American Atheists all!  More disruption in the Middle East -- people seeking change from old authoritarian regimes.  Although such efforts are often unpredictable (other authoritarians often step into the power vacumn that follows) it is a clear effort to reject a certain type of tradition.  Real communication and the spread of information will, one day, lead to broader recognition of the opression of religious belief.  Perhaps we should do more to develop sources of user-friendly information providing the evidence reality... unless you are aware of such a comprehensive website?
Comment by One Manic Ninja on January 13, 2011 at 12:40pm

Hi, I was already a member but I had to delete and recreate my profile... so here I am again!

Comment by Jason L Fish on January 7, 2011 at 5:12pm
Comment by Joe Running on January 7, 2011 at 6:47am
I have watched Dave's priceless reaction to O'Reilly's "tide go in, tide go out" comment several times. That has to be the best "OMFG" face. Ever.
Comment by AgeOfAtheists14 on January 6, 2011 at 8:01pm
Silverman won on faux news, oreighly that is! Stoked.
Comment by Aaron B. on December 29, 2010 at 4:02pm



By Aaron Bissell


From his blog:


I just want to say, throughout this, I talk about mostly about the christian religion since that is the one I researched the most.

So, lets cover the basics of religion. Now, I understand that people WAY
back then would believe such things as a sun god, a moon god sky god
etc. They didn't have modern science. So, they just made up certain
stories. Many people from different cultures made up there own gods
(well, Christians just picked certain things from other religions and
changed names and places.) So, naturally you would think as science got
better, these stories would disappear...I wish. Now, people call the USA
a Christian Nation (which is not true, some of the founding fathers
were atheists / agnostics.) People today still believe there should be
prayer in school (I cringe at the very idea.) It is very scary to me
that millions of people, think they KNOW what happens when you die. In
truth NO ONE really knows. Millions of people also think they KNOW how
the world was created and how it will end. Man, I didn't know they were
around back then. But, if I tell a religious person that, they'll  just
say "Well, it's in this book, it says it's true so it must be." REALLY?
Let's test that little theory, shall we? If I handed a Christian  a
Qur'an and told them it was real, I think they would say something like
"NO! Only my God is the true God!" Now, of course I realize, not every
religious person is that insane. I realize that people like the comfort
of knowing they'll go to a better place after death. And really, as long
as there not shoving there beliefs down mine or anyone else's throat,
killing or hurting others I guess that's fine.

The problem I have with religion, is that there really isn't much
evidence for it. Only a book that your shoving in my face. That doesn't
make me believe it, if anything it turns me off from religion.

Now, let's talk the biggest inconsistency with the bible (in my mind
anyway.) Is that God says "If you love me, you will go to a great place
called heaven. If you don't love me, you will roast in hell." WAIT! Do
you really love people if your willing to do that to them? While we are
on the topic of inconsistencies  with the bible, let's talk about 3
horrible things that has happened to us. Just to name 3



The Mason Family Murders

Why would a "loving" God put us in such chaos? I even asked a priest
this, and he said "It is to show others helping them." I thought to my
self well, can't God show it in a different way? Also, what about people
with disabilities? Why did God have to "create" them like that? What
kind of God would put my two brothers in wheelchairs? Most religious
people say it is because my mom is an atheist. God, your an egotistical,
conceded asshole. Wouldn't God care about everyone and not care about
beliefs, race, who you love etc. That's another thing, why are religious
people against same sex marriage? God supposedly "made" them that way.
Why does God want to kill the people he created? Now, my grandmother
Velda would say "God made Adam and Eve, not Adam and Steve!" HOLD ON! A
moment a go, you were telling me God created everyone and everything.
So, obviously, God must have ADHD and made a tiny error. BUT! God I
thought was supposed to be perfect...guess not.

Now, believe it or not, religion isn't ALL bad. I do think the reason
Velda has been able to live so long (she is 88 as I write this) the
reason why? She puts all her trust in God. While I am grateful she is
still alive of course, I wish people would grow up and take control of
there own lives. Mommy and Daddy aren't there to take care of you
anymore, grow up.

Something I get often is "What if I'm wrong?" I say to them "What if
your wrong about some magical sky daddy watching us, you have wasted
your whole life believing a fairy tail for grown ups.

People also ask me "What if you are wrong and you see God before you and
he asks why I didn't believe in him?" My response is "Well God, you
should answer that your self. You made me this way, why did you make me a

In conclusion, while religion isn't all bad, it is still something we
could do with out. There would less wars, arguments and violence. I
don't think religion is the cause for all war and arguments of course,
but it is the cause of some. If you are religious, I am not by any means
trying to change your mind at all, in fact I would be opposed if you
all of the sudden became an atheist (as I am) just because of me. All I
need you to do, is think for a moment.

I hope one day, religion will disappear, and we will all be able to
think for our selves, and grow up. I will leave you with these words
from Richard Dawkins, "No doubt soaring cathedrals, stirring music,
moving stories and parables help a bit. But by far the most important
variable determining your religion is the accident of birth."

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