The Coming Out Godless Project: Share your Story.


The Coming Out Godless Project: Share your Story.

Perhaps one of the most moving types of stories are ones of personal experience. Whether you have always been godless or just came out to yourself, please submit your story to

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Whether you have always been godless or just came out to yourself (or everyone), please submit your story. Also, feel free to read others. And check out The COG Blog. And the COG Shop.

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Comment by Jessica on July 19, 2008 at 11:25am
I've been an atheist since I was about 14. I can't honestly say I was a good little religious girl, but I didn't identify as atheist. I was raised Mormon, but not strictly. We went to church, because that was what Sundays were for, but I didn't "get it". I never felt like I fully understood, or that I missed the first day when the rules and regulations were handed out, if that makes sense. What drove me away from the church originally was that it offended my little feminist heart at age 13, so I stopped going. Being away from all that made me think about religion more. I never had an "aha!" moment, atheism just came upon me gradually. I stopped saying "under god" during the pledge at school, and it just went from there. I could never go back, it simply doesn't work for me now. Like somebody earlier said; it's quite comparable to Greek mythology. My husband is an atheist too, and we're raising a little heathen with another on the way. His family is a problem, they keep sending my son illustrated Bibles and what not. If he grows up and accepts religion, I'll accept that. It's got to be HIS choice though. We just want to make him a critical thinker, not a sheep.

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