Greetings fellow non-theists!
First thing you gotta understand about this coming out story is that BOTH of my parents are ordained Christian ministers. Second you gotta realize that I already came out to her as a bisexual, a bit before I was ready, but at least I'm out now, even though it felt wrong, because I feel more .... homosexual than bisexual, but that's beside the point.
I am friends with my mom on facebook, since she lives in a different state. And we…Continue
As I write this, I am enjoying a nice ice cold cola. You might call it a victory cola. Let me tell you why.
This afternoon I got into a very heated argument with a member of the ODOH concerning my licensure. During this exchange I told him that " his program was unconstitutional because of its requirement for the teaching of"religious history" of tattooing".…Continue
This Wednesday, January 23rd, will be Ardent Atheist's 100th episode! Please join Emery Emery, Heather Henderson and guests for a live taping of Ardent Atheist at the Jon Lovitz Comedy Club at Universal City Walk.
We really want to get as many people in seats so please come and pass this on to your like minded friends!
Guests on the show will be:
Added by Heather Henderson on January 19, 2013 at 5:37pm — No Comments
Join us again for another live Ardent Atheist at 7pm PST at our new home GoCast Network!
Watch and listen at:
The following folks will be in the studio:…Continue
Added by Heather Henderson on January 16, 2013 at 4:05pm — No Comments
As we enter the "myth" season of the year, its time to look at all the wonderful things that are going on in the secular movement.
First, the movement is going strong. A lot of new faces are showing up at secular "Meet-up" events all over the nation.
Second, There are a lot more "Camp Quests" opening all over the place. This is a great sign! Its important that we teach children that its "OK" not to believe in God.
Third, American Atheists is…Continue
I'd like to share the news that my novel, "The Holy Family," is now available in paperback and digital editions.Continue
Added by Alan Michael Wilt on November 5, 2012 at 4:48pm — No Comments
Num fórum de discussão, no Yahoo! Respostas, um debate bastante pertinente foi levantado e quero destacar dois comentários feitos por ateus que me impressionaram pelo nível de realismo e franqueza de suas palavras. http://conservadoresateus.blogspot.com.br/2012/10/a-modinha-adolescente-do-ateismo-e-o.html
Added by Pereira on October 25, 2012 at 7:01am — No Comments
I came to Atheist Nexus for friends and community with fellow freethinkers. I have found some of the warmest, kindest, most understanding people here. They are like an internet family I sit with each night, and sometimes during the day while I work from home, and I could not be happier to have found them. However, something is missing.
I took three years off dating to get a degree, find myself, figure out what I want in a relationship. I've done that now, and I plan to leave the bible…Continue
I did something I rarely do at a debate—I lost my temper. Normally, I can let ignorance roll like water from a duck’s back, but sometimes there are such stunning and dazzling displays of dunce-hood that make it hard to catch…Continue
Prince of Darkness revealed as just a goof-off.
I want to thank everyone for their support. I feel very welcome. I am receiving a lot of support from new found friends as well. Although I have not the courage to overtly state my opinion to everyone in my family, I also think it is not necessary that they all need to know right away. I have been very open about it in public and most of those people are either indifferent, agnostic or atheist themselves. I am a little shocked by this realization. I was under the impression that so…Continue
I know I'm behind the times but, I just saw the Debate(?) between Matt Slick and
Matt Dillahunty. I have to admit that Matt is Slick. I don't know about other people but,
their debate, to me, was weird. Slick appeared to try, exceptionally hard, to win the
debate through confusion and get Dillahunty to admit something. See I'm confused.
But, true to form, Dillahunty slammed Slick at every point. But Slick seemed unable
to absorb the Logical, Rational and Common Sense…
Added by Larry Smith on June 28, 2012 at 11:00am — No Comments
There’re many more reasons not to believe in the doctrines of organized religion. These are ten of my favorites, not necessarily in the order listed. You can probably think of many more.
1. If God is all-knowing, he knows the future before an event happens. So before a baby is born, God knows if it’s going to hell or not. If the baby is predestined to go “there” and God allows it to happen, we have to question if the Divine One is all-good. I wonder if anyone ever…Continue
Added by Godless Poutine on June 25, 2012 at 2:30pm — No Comments
Last time: I blazed through the observation that a-theism and an-archy share certain similarities, both in how each word is defined, and how each idea is redefined by its critics in order to dismiss either without addressing the problems each poses for ethics. I concluded by mentioning that these redefinitions serve to cut each idea off from the moral center of the individual. This time, I'll clarify what I mean by that, and introduce my thesis - tentatively one could call this a theory of…Continue
Added by Joseph Edwards VIII on June 22, 2012 at 3:00pm — No Comments
I know my intro post wasn't very clear. Let me start by laying out the scene a little better. About a month ago I moved from el Valle in Albuquerque, NM to a farm in the St. Francis Mountains (if they can be called that with a straight face) south of St. Louis, where I live with my GF and her grandma, who lost her husband a few months before. Oh yeah, plus our three dogs, three inside cats, three outside cats, and two inside birds. We don't count outside birds. :D
My GF -- let's call…Continue
This is the follow-up post to Bwambale Robert and The Kasese Humanist Primary School in Uganda. It is also the third in a series of personal profiles of Atheists, Agnostics and Humanists who are helping to make the world a better place.
I am focusing on people who are making a difference for others. They are…Continue
Added by Godless Poutine on June 13, 2012 at 7:00pm — No Comments
Kenji Yamada, 29.
This is the second post in a new series of personal profiles of Atheists, Agnostics and Humanists who are helping to make the world a better place.
Added by Godless Poutine on June 1, 2012 at 3:59pm — No Comments