Virginia Atheists


Virginia Atheists

A group for Virginia Atheists, Humanists and Freethinkers.

Members: 193
Latest Activity: May 8

Virginia Atheists

Welcome to Virginia Atheists! This is a group for Atheists, Humanists and Freethinkers in Virginia to network and discuss events, groups, news, or whatever else you can come up with.

Discussion Forum

Looking for a group to meet up with

Started by Rob Cortez. Last reply by Aiden Jun 6, 2016. 5 Replies

SouthWest Virginia Atheists

Started by Dre Smith. Last reply by Dan Tabor Apr 22, 2013. 20 Replies

Looking for a few good Northern Virginia Atheists

Started by Dr. Ronald (Ron) Slaughter. Last reply by David Tamayo Jun 5, 2011. 1 Reply

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Comment by It's just Matt on February 22, 2010 at 11:09pm
To us Virginians who are also parents, may Bob Mcdonnell fall off a bridge :

Cause we aren't behind other countries enough in education, lets cut millions of dollars in the single most important factor that helps countries thrive and progress.
Comment by Brooke on October 21, 2009 at 6:50am
Hey, do you all know about the Tidewater Atheists Group on
They have get-togethers in the Hampton Roads area.
Comment by Aiden on October 14, 2009 at 2:10pm
Jamy Ian Swiss
World-renowned magician and mentalist is coming to Washington, D.C. for two special events!

Saturday, October 24
AAAS Auditorium

Science, Magic & Skepticism:
A Natural Relationship
(Daytime Lectures & Demonstrations)
1:00 - 5:30 PM


Heavy Mental
(Evening Performance)
7:30 PM
Comment by Aiden on August 27, 2009 at 3:53pm

When: this Sunday, August 30 at 4pm
Where: at the "new" Five Points Community Farm Market
25th & Church St
757-640-0300 / 757-773-0048

A free event for interactive dialogue on inclusive health care reform - what it is and how to get it!

Featuring: Film Clips by The Naro Cinema ( from a new film by Robert Greenwald and Naomi Klein's ''Is Another World Possible?''

Speakers include: Health Care Professionals and Congressional allies who will help us to redefine health care...
Dr. Keith Newby of Cardiology & Arrhythmia Associates, Norfolk
Charles Stanton, Regional Representative for Senator Jim Webb in Hampton Roads; USN, Ret.
Dr. Margaret Flowers, Baltimore Pediatrician and Co-Chair of the Maryland Chapter of Physicians for a National Health Care Program
Andrea Miller, Outreach Coordinator/Progressive Democrats of America; former candidate, US House of Representatives

Q&A to follow - Come with questions - Leave with answers!
Comment by Aiden on July 2, 2009 at 11:45am
Voices of Reason - Lauri Lebo: Denying Darwin: A Discussion of Faith, Science and Deception in America
Sunday, July 12th 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

As a local reporter, who witnessed what played out in her community from the front lines, Lebo discusses much of the behind-the-scenes elements of the first constitutional test of intelligent design in the historic First Amendment case of Kitzmiller v. Dover. She explores both the history and future of religiously motivated attacks on evolution and science education. She also relates how this issue has become so divisive, not only to the town of Dover, but to our whole nation. And, within her own family.

Along the way, Lebo also reveals the dishonesty of the anti-evolution movement and the people who were Lying for Jesus.

RSVP to or 202-546-2332.

Public: $6; Free to the Friends of the Center.

For more information about this event, please visit CFI's online calendar.
Comment by Aiden on June 10, 2009 at 7:51am
But then we'd live in a democracy, and nobody wants that...
Comment by It's just Matt on June 9, 2009 at 7:50pm
Why have parties at all, is what I am saying, everyone should be able to vote for whomever they see as best to fit that position, regardless of what arbitrary title or faction they are in.
Comment by Aiden on June 9, 2009 at 7:42pm
The point of registering with one party is to be able to select who represents your party in opposition to the other party. However, I refuse to play this 2-party b.s. and choose to be registered as an Independent. However, I have given some thought to registering as a republican just so I can do my part to muck up their primaries.
Comment by It's just Matt on June 9, 2009 at 3:14pm
I now understand that, and dislike politics even more...I do not recall checking a box saying I am a libertarian, and did not know you could only vote for 1 side or the other...far cry from democracy...

How is the majority suppose to elect the leaders, when they do not have someone to elect?
Comment by Aiden on June 9, 2009 at 12:18pm

It's only a primary anyway, so those of us registered as Independents are not allowed to vote today.

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