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  1. 16strong

    Hope Pennington, atheist

    I've had the feeling for awhile that she was learning and growing, and moving in a more inclusive direction, but this is a change I never would have predicted. And no, this is not her sister, Alecia Faith, legal rebel, that I'm talking about. I occasionally peruse the Pennington kids' social media accounts because I'm a shameless stalker, and because this family fascinates me (in both good and bad ways). Anywhoo, Hope just wrote a message about her conversion to atheism. She says her family is supportive. Wonder if it's another finger in AF's direction, or if they really have loosened up in th
  2. nomoxian

    Dawkins Scale

    Where do you fall on the Dawkins Scale? Strong Theist: I do not question the existence of God, I KNOW he exists. De-facto Theist: I cannot know for certain but I strongly believe in God and I live my life on the assumption that he is there. Weak Theist: I am very uncertain, but I am inclined to believe in God. Pure Agnostic: God’s existence and non-existence are exactly equiprobable. Weak Atheist: I do not know whether God exists but I’m inclined to be skeptical. De-facto Atheist: I cannot know for certain but I think God is very improbable and I live my life unde
  3. nomoxian

    Are you...?

    Are You Atheist, Agnostic, Pantheist, Deist, Pagan or what? My results: Atheist / Secular Humanist (100%) Scientific Pantheist (70%) Agnostic Pantheist (67%) Idealist Pantheist (58%) Dualist Pantheist (56%) Deist (45%) Literal Pagan / New Age / Animist (36%) Panentheist More Information (36%) Regular Monotheist (36%) Agnostic (7%)
  4. OK, new here and really struggling with finding my way around but think I'm in the right place - Atheist Club? If not, oops. Has anyone else watched Captain Fantastic? Got to say, we loved it. Noam Chomsky day, now there is a concept I can get behind! And secular homeschooling.
  5. More at link https://www.rawstory.com/2016/04/calif-school-district-bans-atheist-scholarships-but-allows-them-from-scientology/
  6. http://godlessmama.com/2016/01/05/ten-contradictions-theists-just-cant-stop-making/ So many good points in this article!!
  7. and we wonder why DD is so lame. http://www.addictinginfo.org/2015/07/07 ... dar-video/
  8. http://religion.blogs.cnn.com/2014/05/2 ... val-guide/
  9. From the Friendly Atheist http://www.patheos.com/blogs/friendlyat ... ing-lunch/ News article http://www.statesmanjournal.com/story/n ... /18217503/
  10. The Friendly Atheist posted this story http://www.patheos.com/blogs/friendlyat ... n-atheist/
  11. A friend of mind shared this with me on Facebook last night and I thought my fellow Freejingerites might be interested in it as well. The survey was made by the Pew Research Center, who isn't affiliated to any religious group. According to this research Evangelical Christians mistrust Atheists the most and Atheists mistrust Evangelical Christians the most. How wonderful! Overall, everyone is on the same page right? Here is one link: pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2014/07/16/u-s-evangelical-christians-are-chilly-toward-atheists-and-the-feeling-is-mutual/ And another link here
  12. man this guy has a huge target pained on his back. But this is not a part of the world where you announce you are different. http://m.apnews.com/ap/db_268812/conten ... d=9nNZfsfE LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) - A Nigerian atheist released from the mental ward to which his Muslim family committed him by force said Thursday he is getting death threats for blaspheming against Islam. Mubarak Bala, a 29-year-old chemical process engineer, said he is in hiding in predominantly Muslim northern Nigeria where Shariah law holds and some interpretations have blasphemy punishable by de
  13. CNN recently posted a story about the current attitudes towards atheists. Less than half said they would be fine with a close family member marrying an atheist. This is surprising in some ways but in other ways it's not not surprising at all. It is always a surprise, at first, when I hear that people still hold archaic views. But then when I think about the current state of society in the US, I'm not surprised at all. A very good friend of mine has been all but dis-owned by her parents for dating someone who is agnostic. They tell her she is sinning and displeasing God. It's very sad. I have a
  14. I am tired of self self righteous Christians that think they own marriage or much of anything else. of course the judge agrees. http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2014/05/30/v ... t-married/ A court-appointed official in Virginia refused to perform a wedding ceremony for a couple because they don’t believe in God. Tamar Courtney and Morgan Strong planned to get this married after six years together, and they’d hoped a friend would be able to officiate, reported the Friendly Atheist blog. But that friend had trouble obtaining his license, so the couple turne
  15. In his book, "God, No!" (2011) atheist magician Penn Jillette tells how he was challenged by conservative radio host Glenn Beck to come up with an atheist's version of The Ten Commandments. Here's his list: 1. The highest ideals are human intelligence, creativity and love. Respect these above all. 2. Do not put things or even ideas above other human beings. (Let's scream at each other about Kindle versus iPad, solar versus nuclear, Republican versus Libertarian, Garth Brooks versus Sun Ra— but when your house is on fire, I'll be there to help.) 3. Say what
  16. Am I the only one who finds stories of the highly religious turning atheist fascinating? I think the common thread in all the stories is the nature to ask questions. With this in mind which fundie/fundie light person would you be the most suprised by if they rejected Christianity? Which person in the families we follow do you think would be most likely to leave religion completely?
  17. I can't blame the guy and it is so true. tdhDq5mgkx4
  18. of course there re always Nasty full of hate Christians in any church but this is Christmas day the day Christians are supposed to be celebrating their reason for Christmas. http://www.addictinginfo.org/2013/12/28 ... help-them/ A poor Christian family in Oklahoma had a very special Christmas this year. Not because their church helped them, but because of the kindness of atheists. An Oklahoma Christian church turned away a poor family on Christmas Day. Tiffany Wait, her husband, and their seven month old child sought help from Bible Baptist Church on Christmas
  19. What a jerkwad. Of course he wants to change history and claims this is a christian nation. Of course he should be the one leaving since he feels so threatened. He is talking about the majority ruling this nation but I bet he is part of the 2% http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2013/12/26/p ... e-country/ Texas megachurch Pastor John Hagee this week advised atheists who didn’t like Christmas to “leave the country†or “take your Walkman and stuff it into your ears.†In a sermon at his Cornerstone Church on Sunday, Hagee warned that “Christmas is under attac
  20. http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/ans ... s-atheist/
  21. Ooh, the fundies aren’t going to like this… http://www.alternet.org/belief/surprise ... 1#bookmark
  22. My daughter in Connecticut told me about this yesterday. The Upstate (SC) Atheist group has been trying to volunteer at the Spartanburg Soup Kitchen for about a year, but have been told by the director that they are not welcome. The director has said that she would not feed the hungry rather than allow the atheist group to help out. No other group has ever turned down the atheists' help before. The Upstate Atheists will be volunteering at the Greer Soup Kitchen on November 16. I think I may go help them. http://www.goupstate.com/article/201310 ... ?p=2&tc=pg ht
  23. good old fox news. Hey we don't want atheists living here. Because was Christians are such good and nice and god loving people. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/09/0 ... 82597.html Freedom of belief doesn't appear to be important to Fox News host Dana Perino, who suggested that if atheists don't like having "under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance, well, "they don't have to live here." Massachusetts' highest court is currently hearing a case against the Pledge brought by atheist parents, who feel that due to its religious wording, atheist children "are denied mean
  24. Arthur Shelton shot an killed the Devil...well actually an Atheist... patheos.com/blogs/friendlyatheist/2013/09/05/yes-a-christian-shot-and-killed-an-atheist-but-theres-more-to-the-story/
  25. This makes me ill. Where was this "caravan" when tornadoes nearly wiped Cullman and other towns in AL off the map in April 2011? You stupid assholes want a prayer caravan, but you won't come to Cullman to help after a natural disaster. I hope they succeed in blocking the caravan from doing their thing on school property. Why not host the even in your own backyard Sup. Coleman? Why won't some good Christian from the area open up property for this event? Sup. Coleman, you have an agenda as do most school systems in AL! Anyway, full article can be found here: christiannews.net/20
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