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American Atheists Announces New Missouri State Director

American Atheists Announces Greg Lammers as Missouri State Director

American Atheists is proud to announce the appointment of Greg Lammers as its new director for the state of Missouri. Greg is a life member of American Atheists, and is already familiar to many members across the country. He has excellent writing skills, and is looking forward to working with the Atheists throughout Missouri. Greg is already busy making contact with the affiliated groups throughout the state, and is… Continue

Added by Blair Scott on February 3, 2009 at 8:30pm — No Comments

One Can Learn a Lesson From Book Stores

Walk into any book store with an idea of what you want. Do you want one of those poorly written Grisham's? Fiction! Do you want our new president's stances? Current Affairs! What about Bernstein Bears? Children! How about the bible? Religion! The Koran? Religion! Torah? Religion!

The book stores have the order of things correct. Those books are not located in the nonfiction section and are rightfully all lumped together in a broad section of 'Religion'.

Now walk into… Continue

Added by Adam Johnson on February 3, 2009 at 1:09pm — 2 Comments

No more theories: Evolution is a fact

I just read a depressing article on by Robert Roy Britt, discussing the limitations and flaws inherent in most public surveys about "belief" in evolution. I have to use quotation marks there, because "belief" is absolutely irrelevant. The proper term should be acceptance, as in "Do you accept the evidence of biological evolution, or are you sufficiently ignorant and narcissistic to… Continue

Added by Planetologist on February 3, 2009 at 11:22am — 10 Comments

The Guilt Cycle

As a psychologist who interacts with fellow atheists, I think one area we could all take a look at is how much our current beliefs and behavior continue to be affected by early religious and superstitious training. Assumptions about relationships, human connection, and especially sexuality are often areas that, as people floating in the sea of religious paradigms, we may simply follow along without questioning. Examples might include feelings of guilt that may come from early religious… Continue

Added by Darrel Ray on February 3, 2009 at 7:38am — 8 Comments

Coming out twice

Well the first time I came out it was more of my mother forcing me out of the closet. She asked me if I was gay, I had to say "yes of course I'm gay look at me!" Well it went more like "Yes!" and me running to my room not wanting to tell my dad haha. That was little gay me at 15 years old.

Now the second time I come out as an atheist, I tell my mother I need to come out a second time, which she asks. "wait for being an atheist, I already know that" haha. That was 26 year old me… Continue

Added by The Virgin Marlene on February 2, 2009 at 11:46pm — No Comments

Bill Hicks, a man 15 years ahead of his time?

Hicks stands up to this day, and Hicks stands alone. To this day.

What's funny to me is that the gay stuff is now more of a hot button issue than the abortion stuff these days. It was clipped of course because of the pro-choice… Continue

Added by Jeremy on February 2, 2009 at 11:26pm — 1 Comment

I suck at updating stuff

So yeah, I tend to forget about here, and my facebook, and my blog. So if you really wanna follow me, best place is on twitter, I'm @Able_X

Added by Michael Becker on February 2, 2009 at 11:08pm — No Comments


I'm taking Economics and Accounting this semester. Reading the third chapters in both by now. I learned about GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles). Are these the same principles that got us all where we are today? Is it worth the effort?

Perhaps it's time to start living off the books.

Added by Atheist Insurgency on February 2, 2009 at 9:44pm — 1 Comment

I think I'm getting the hang of it.

The inevitable.

AI… Continue

Added by Atheist Insurgency on February 2, 2009 at 9:35pm — 1 Comment

Ongoing Annoyance #1

A person at work who thanks god several times a day for every little thing.

"I found my pen that I thought was lost." --God was looking out for you!

"They have sweet potato fries today in the cafeteria." --God is good!

"I got a really good parking spot." --God takes care of us!

"The memo says no raises this year." --

I've never heard her blame god for one tiny, little thing that goes wrong, much less all… Continue

Added by Moonbeam on February 2, 2009 at 6:30pm — 7 Comments


Added by Krista on February 2, 2009 at 6:08pm — 1 Comment

Boy Scout of America: Evil in more ways than one

"Boy Scouts councils across the country have widely logged or sold prime woodlands to turn quick profits, sometimes on lands that were bequeathed to the Boy Scouts by donors intent on preserving the lands for outdoor recreation, according to an investigation by Hearst Newspapers."

Added by Shoe on February 2, 2009 at 4:59pm — 1 Comment


I mean it's right up there with the Peanut Butter example....

and much more acceptable......well, in my own little… Continue

Added by Rick on February 2, 2009 at 4:30pm — 1 Comment

Thanks Mojoey!

Good news! "A Cleverer Version of Myself" has been added to The Atheist Blogroll. The Atheist blogroll is a community building service provided free of charge to Atheist bloggers from around the world. If you would like to join, go over and visit Mojoey at Deep Thoughts for more information.

Added by EnsignR on February 2, 2009 at 11:49am — 1 Comment


When I am speaking with a Christian person, I occasionally play a little game. It is harmless but interesting. I ask them how they view Islam. What is wrong with the religion? What is right about it? Inevitably I get some great arguments for its irrationality. "Mohammed could not have flow up to heaven on a horse." for example. If I turn the statement around and ask them, "Did Jesus rise up to heaven?" The response is, "Of course." Amazing how self evident things are for one's own religion and… Continue

Added by Darrel Ray on February 2, 2009 at 8:58am — No Comments

DIY: Atheist bus ads

Some fancypants built us an atheist bus ad image generator. What would be the motto of your campaign?…


Added by Tao Jones on February 2, 2009 at 1:36am — 11 Comments

Ross Douthat swings and misses... twice

Ross Douthat of the Atlantic needs to rethink his line of attack when he goes after the atheist menace on his blog. Why? Because when facing people asking for empiricism and tangible evidence, focusing on probability and unconvincing recounts of things like personal experiences just doesn't work. His first instance of completely missing the point was in his invocation of the Pope in a post about the atheist bus campaign he labeled "anti-theist" in a case study of a poisoning the well… Continue

Added by Greg F. on February 2, 2009 at 12:20am — No Comments

i understand

I often hear hear from theists that i just don't understand or you don't know or i just don't get it, etc. I started explaining that I do understand and I do know and I do get it, but when written down it sounded more like a poem so here's a poem i guess.

"I Understand"

I know where you're coming from, because I was once there.

I've heard it all before, because I've said it all before.

I thought the same things, because I thought the same way

I believed the… Continue

Added by TravCav on February 1, 2009 at 10:17pm — 2 Comments


Having some free time on my hands I decided to waste it surfing the net. So I’ve really gotten into being an atheist lately. Now I’ve been one since I was in the first grade. I was about 6 or 7 at the time so I’m not new at this. And I did try religion when I was in the 3ed grade but it just wasn’t “right” for me.

Now I’ve been exposed to it all my life. Went to a high school run by a Lutheran minister. But he didn’t preach at us. Really he didn’t and he was pretty cool looking back… Continue

Added by Rick on February 1, 2009 at 4:30pm — 4 Comments

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