"I have been seeing many posts on Facebook about Native Americans and I have spent a lot of time with Native people in Oklahoma. I miss it and wondered if there was a Native American Atheist group.
This is one. I am glad to be here."
I'm new here to this forum and am looking forward to meeting you all and sharing our Native experiences from its richness to it's complexities. What's it like when you say you don't believe in the Creator? So much…"
Hey Kevin, I would like to invite you to a private group that I belong to on FB. It's called The Marshall Co. Atheists. It is completely private/secret. At this time we have 56 members, and we are growing. If you're interested, I will be glad to add you, that is if you have fb. Anita
I really enjoy Native American culture. I appreciate their wisdoms and folklore, their love of nature and their art. I have alot of different kinds of art as decoration in my house. You seem very interesting! I am going to Moundville tomorrow with a friend of mine who is very Cherokee. I have been to many native american historic sights and national parks. I have been to Wounded Knee, Canyon De Chelly, Russel Cave in Alabama, Ocmulgee near Macon Georgia, Mesa Verde, Aztec. Would love to hear from you, Charlie
Kevin Ray Smith commented on Waldheri's group 'Philosophy':
Howdy! Does anyone have a link to a great ontological "disproof" other than Douglas Gaskin's ironic disproof?
Kevin, I don't know how timely this response is for you, but I did just post an article on this subject - email@example.com