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  1. the comments are really bad it seems Christians take it personally if someone stops being christian and it brings out the christian love in them. Can't be good unless you are a christian of course. http://www.addictinginfo.org/2014/12/29 ... o-go-back/ As we first reported in December, former Seventh Day Adventist pastor Ryan Bell has spent 2014 exploring a life without God. Initially he posed it as a test of his faith, done after a series of personal setbacks made him question everything. Soon, it became clear that atheism was growing on him. Some had criti
  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. I hope more atheists, agnostics, non-theists join. I’d love to talk about this stuff. One of the biggest surprises about FJ for me was realizing that the majority of members identify as Christian or religious. I just assumed it would be a forum full of atheists. Anyone else find this upon joining?
  5. singsingsing

    Christian Apologists

    So the 'Convince me about Jesus' thread in AYTFJ now has someone recommending Lee Strobel's books. *Facepalm* I mean, I don't even know what to say, because I don't want to start a fight. But Lee Strobel? Seriously? Also, can I just tell you how much I hate the whole 'They're smart and educated and they're Christians!!' argument? WOW, NO WAY! Guess what? All kinds of smart and educated people believe all kinds of weird, ignorant, and/or irrational things! I'm so sick of 'He's smart and he went to law school/has a PhD/is a doctor' argument being used in favour of Christianity. That'
  6. What are your favourite TV shows or movies with an atheist or agnostic theme, or where a faith group is shown in an anti-theist way? Mine has got to be Moral Orel. I like the moments on Young Sheldon that bring up religion too. I watched Impastor for a while, but it started to get not so funny to me, so I stopped. For movies, I find it hard to find good ones that aren't documentaries, but I like Life of Brian and Orgasmo.
  7. 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.
  8. This is really difficult typing it all out, just writing the title felt weird. But here we go: I consider myself a liberal atheist. Meaning I do not believe in God, but I don't care what everyone else does or rather, I support liberal religions/people who choose to believe. I'm definitely not agnostic because I think believing that God made the world in seven days is - sorry - bullshit. It always baffled me when I saw supposedly religious people cry at funerals. In my understanding you see them again in heaven and I did notice that at some funerals people were not totally unhappy and the
  9. The new Belfast Lord Mayor is a 28 yr old mum of one who is an atheist. At her installation she didn't ask anyone to say Grace and just had the food served. Apparently some people can't eat without a publically verbalised prayer and were horrified Ah Northern Ireland. So not like the rest of the UK. http://www.patheos.com/blogs/friendlyatheist/2017/09/04/belfasts-new-atheist-mayor-skipped-grace-at-dinner-and-everyones-freaking-out/
  10. CinderJana

    The Amazing Atheist

    Guys like these give atheists a bad name. My rule is that people's religious beliefs should be respected as all they aren't harmful to or others The Amazing Atheist has long crossed that line. I don't know where to begin with this guy is that hypocritical anti-feminist antisocial-justice antisocial service anti-pretty much anything unless it suits his needs. He shares a lot in common with the other extremists here of course here's a pretty good rundown of his issues. http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/TheAmazingAtheist http://www.patheos.com/blogs/camelswithhammers/2012/02/the-amazing-rape
  11. http://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/russian-faces-year-prison-denying-existence-god-n530111 So glad I don't live in Russia!!!
  12. http://godlessmama.com/2016/01/05/ten-contradictions-theists-just-cant-stop-making/ So many good points in this article!!
  13. A look into the thought process of a self described sheltered Christian kid, who is just now gaining access to information via the Internet http://www.reddit.com/r/atheism/comment ... w_so_many/
  14. http://religion.blogs.cnn.com/2014/05/2 ... val-guide/
  15. 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
  16. Honestly, it makes me sad to see people are so unaware of real science and then turning around and teaching it to their children. I'm willing to bet they were never properly informed about evolution and just believed the creation "science" their parents taught them. I feel bad for the kids, seeing as the skit they did, and the other videos on their channel, seem like rehashings of their parents' political and religious beliefs.
  17. 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
  18. I can't blame the guy and it is so true. tdhDq5mgkx4
  19. On MSN this morning. http://news.msn.com/world/arab-atheists ... he-shadows
  20. pretty good article. fundamentalists drive people away and lets hope it just gets worse. I think this is why we see so much the manic preaching and gay hate and stuff. these fools are terrified of their hold on people. I say let them squirm. http://religion.blogs.cnn.com/2013/07/3 ... y-atheism/ about why millennials are leaving Christianity often focus on what churches are doing "wrong." They're anti-gay, anti-women, anti-science, anti-sex-education and anti-doubt, 
to name a few of the most common criticisms. I don't disagree with those criti
  21. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/06/0 ... 93122.html (huffpo doesn't care what we link) I'm an atheist. I have never even thought the phrase "worm food". In fact, the only people I've ever heard use that phrase are Christians talking about atheists. Basically, what they're saying is that atheists aren't capable of empathy or kindness. As if we're just wandering around, grabbing children and saying, "When grandma dies- and she will, real soon- she'll decay and you'll be sad." Um, no. Also, you know what's super annoying as an at
  22. Why would he assume she was religious? 0LP3Zs_V_BQ
  23. Hard to even know where to start with this one. http://www.examiner.com/article/all-aut ... -of-autism That’s the opinion of Fehmi Kaya, head of the Health and Education Associations for Autistic Children in Adana, Turkey. Autistic children are atheists, he said, “due to a lack of a section for faith in their brains.†From TimeTurk (English edition) 4/22/13: “Autistic children do not know believing in God because they do not have a section of faith in their brains,†Kaya said, according to daily Milliyet. Kaya said the underdevelopme
  24. http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2012/12/21/p ... y-display/ Some theists want the right to be open with their faith and have no one complain. Fair enough, but some don't want to extend the same rights to nonbelievers.
  25. This article is rather long, but well worth the read. http://www.slate.com/articles/double_x/ ... reats.html The skeptic/political Atheist movement is primarily made up of men, and honestly, even though I hang out on Reddit, I am shocked at how much there are some shocking similarities to the fundies. At skeptic conventions women are groped without consent, telling them they deserve to be raped... it makes me sick.
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