American Atheists (Official)

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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.

Website: http://atheists.org
Location: National
Members: 976
Latest Activity: Nov 24

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Comment by Mike McDonald on December 27, 2010 at 7:51am
Education is indeed a way to help sway people from the cruel nonsense of religion but it has to be the right kind of education.
In Indonesia, for instance, there are many educated people who still hold fast to their religious traditions. They have been educated but not in how to think... critical thinking.
To question the existence of god is as plausible as imagining that 2+2 =5 to people here. It is even worse among the uneducated and poor.
Not only is education needed here and in all parts of the third world, but a secular educational infrastructure need to be built in order to maintain the benefits of the education received.
We can always dream....

 

 

Comment by Blair Scott on December 2, 2010 at 3:37pm
Checkout the Southeast Regional Atheist Meet!
http://atheists.org/events/Southeast_RAM
Comment by Joseph Higginbotham on December 1, 2010 at 10:03am
Who do you know in Charleston, WV who wants to help me start the first West Virginia chapter of Americans United for Separation of Church and State? I'm working with Beth Corbin and David Morris at AU and I need card-carrying, dues-paying members of AU to attend a Dec 9 meeting in Charleston. Contact me at JosephHigginbotham@gmail.com for details.
Comment by elaine priscilla on December 1, 2010 at 8:28am
Comment by elaine priscilla on December 1, 2010 at 6:03am
After watching the documentary on Madalyn O'Hair I realised how involving making the world a better place and the wonderful work she did. My admiration for her and her loyal family struck a cord.To join american atheist friends in America from me in the UK is a priviledge. I am a member of thinkatheist on line.
Comment by Susan Stanko on November 14, 2010 at 11:48am
If Star Trek can figure it out then so can we :)
Comment by linda wagner on November 14, 2010 at 11:39am
sorry thats neck not knee.
Comment by linda wagner on November 14, 2010 at 11:37am
Well thats depressing Robin. I think the population would be made up of different political views then there is now. Atheists would not have a God breathing down their knee on every decision. Stem cell research would be in high gear. Who knows what we may have FIXED by now.
Comment by Richard Wilson on September 18, 2010 at 7:13pm
Today I forced myself to sit through about 20 minutes of a couple of videos posted by a group that advertised itself as "Answering The New Atheists." These were intelligent people who were posing as deep thinkers. What I came away with was the sense that these people are trying to pull a con job. Contrary to their advertising, they didn't offer a single answer supporting their theist point of view. Instead, they bemoaned the way atheists treat them disrespectfully, and asked the question, "What would a government of atheists be like?" So, what they're saying is that they're scared of atheism, and they don't know what to do about it. Some of them look with longing at the old days when they could burn us at the stake.
Comment by Paul T. Bennethum on June 28, 2010 at 11:29am
Well! I am an American and I am an atheist so joing this group was the logical thing to do I think!
 

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