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A place for atheists to discuss morality issues. What shapes your morality? What new perspectives have you found since abandoning faith (if you ever had any)? Is there any merit to religious moral authority?
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"Has anyone else tried Plenty of Fish? It's one of the few sites that is completely free. I've talked with quite a few atheists on the site, which seems like a positive sign. Though I live in a pretty non-religious area in Oregon, so…"
"Hi Everyone! I'm Sara, a 22-year-old college student from Salem, Oregon. I am less than a year away from finishing my undergrad degree in Women Studies (minors: Psychology & Sociology) and hope to get a master's in Women Studies…"
"This sounds awesome! I just may have to visit Eugene more often. :)
I think it would interesting to look at the Bible through a historical lens. Perhaps a good Bart Ehrman book to guide you through certain sections? In this context, Revelations…"
Greetings, Sara! I see you haven't been active at Atheist Nexus since last July. We have a new group where you might feel more at home. Please consider joining Hang With Friends , where we can share our stories and laugh, and discuss anything on our minds.
oh. Last term we had a week of Roe and protested the CPC in Eugene (we put a video on youtube and the FMF website). This term is pretty calm, just a retreat and tabling at the street fair. I can't go to the retreat though
If you ever want to hang out in Eugene let me know...
Eugene's pretty cool except my allergies have been brutal this year. There's a new Atheist club here that I'm really excited about. there's a lot of people in it and we've been getting good reactions. We have our first meeting this week. I'm also in a Students for Choice group and a labor rights group.
I still miss the FMLA though! How has that been going? Are you guys still ruffling OSU's feathers?