Bible Belt Atheists


Bible Belt Atheists

For Atheists in the Southern United State but anyone can join.

Members: 425
Latest Activity: Dec 8, 2016


Welcome everyone to Bible Belt Atheists Group.

This group is for Atheists in the bible belt of the united states but anyone can join if you so desire.

Discussion Forum

Atheist Paradise

Started by Linda Turnipseed. Last reply by Belle Rose Nov 26, 2016. 34 Replies

Does anyone believe in ghosts?

Started by Ivy Tatum. Last reply by Davis Goodman Nov 21, 2016. 10 Replies

Do parents ever get it?

Started by Jake Fanning. Last reply by Simon Paynton May 6, 2016. 17 Replies

How many times were you baptized?

Started by JJ. Last reply by Anne O Mar 17, 2016. 69 Replies

Bible Belt: Unbuckled - Seeking Contributing Bloggers

Started by Will Sloan. Last reply by Jason Paisley Sep 17, 2014. 2 Replies

Witness Protection

Started by jen o. Last reply by Alan Hotchy Sep 2, 2014. 31 Replies

Dating a christian in the south...

Started by Jake Fanning. Last reply by Presley Jun 10, 2014. 31 Replies

A film with you guys in mind

Started by Dan Ashton Lloyd Jan 18, 2013. 0 Replies

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Comment by Karen Greene on October 7, 2011 at 5:34am

Trish, Hi!  I don't envy you in that little podunk town.  A big city like San Antonio isn't much different.  Just more idiots.  You are lucky your mom is an atheist.  My husband and I have been married 33 yrs and are told that we are nothing and immoral because we "Don't love Jesus and have a personal relationship with him"  One old lady tried to get us evicted by lying about us.  We are alone here in Texas and prefer it that way.  Having atheist web sites to chat with folks of a like mind is great.  Welcome!!

Comment by Trish E. Harmon on October 7, 2011 at 3:58am

I forgot to mention that I live in a small town in Missouri, Odessa. I moved to Missouri in '97 from Anchorage, Alaska (talk about a culture shock!) to be close to my mom who settled in Kansas City. Thankfully, my mom is an atheist, but it's hard to find another around here in my little podunk town. I actually keep to myself so I don't have to find myself being "that one" in town, lol. I like my anonymity. There are so many churches here and the big favorite...huge white angels on the front of many houses. Yay. I am proud of my town, however, for running out a white supremacist who was trying to open a teen club here (does the name Charles Juba ring any bells?) but they're still a bunch of hardcore Christians in many respects. Because of this, they get all up in arms about things like Pepsi (or was it Coca-Cola) putting the Pledge of Allegiance on their cans but leaving out the God part. We were founded on Christian principles, don't ya know? Ugh.

Comment by Trish E. Harmon on October 7, 2011 at 3:48am

Thank goodness, I am not alone! LOL!

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Comment by Ken Hughes on July 24, 2011 at 8:24am

Our "Texas Prayer Leader", otherwise known as the governor, called for a state-wide prayer for rain.  This year Texas has received only 6-inches of rain and we're in an extended drought.  One result is hay prices are going through the roof and hay is being hauled in from other states.  Then the bible-pounder himself is the main organizer for an unconstitutional prayer state assembly in Austin for prayers to jesse's crap for the nation.

Yet no one of any notoriety has dared to call the governor out on his clearly failed rain prayer; however, if he had performed a Comanche Rain Dance, that would also fail of course, all the media would be on his case for acting crazy.

WTF's the difference, one's as idiotic and doomed to failure as the other!

Sitting and waiting for the Mother Ship to beam me up from all this crapola seemingly centered on

Comment by Ken Hughes on May 18, 2011 at 5:53pm

Religious organizations, by their holy "charter", for lack of a more descriptive term, and I America one can suppose they have some, perhaps tenuous connection to jesse's crap are supposed to always assist the poor and hungry rather than invest by far the bulk into their edifices and impressive sanctuaries.  Something about a rich man's ability of getting into heaven being analogous to a camel's inability to pass through the "eye of a needle" or words to that effect in any case.


Many times I have wished to be filthy rich so that when I see a case of a family or woman having an extremely difficult time or loosing everything to a disaster I could anonymously write a check to make them whole again; nothing would please me more than that single ability and it pains me to know there's no ef-fin possible way.

Comment by Ken Hughes on March 29, 2011 at 12:18pm
Thanks Nolan, I wasn't aware of that fact or practice, but I'm hardly surprised, even by our religion-infested government allowing it to happen.  I agree with no tax regarding the sanctuary, but not a penny on any and all other property.  Every church or religion-related building is a drag on taxes and a waste of real estate and floor space that could be put to much better and more profitable uses.
Comment by Nolan Warner on March 29, 2011 at 10:47am
As a commentary on my friend Ken Hughes and his comments about the tax dodge known as religion, I will go one better.   Several churches around the country have been leasing steeple space or other high points on their churches to the mobile phone and other wireless companies as a source of revenue without paying taxes on the monthly income they recieve.  These are for profit enterprises using their property and paying for the priviiledge but the church pays no income taxes on the revenue.  Sweet deal huh!?!?
Comment by Ken Hughes on March 25, 2011 at 8:28pm
Churches and religion: The single largest real estate and tax-avoidance scam in the history of man.
Comment by Chuck VonDerAhe on March 25, 2011 at 7:44pm
@Michael, I'll see your 6 and raise you 2.... Mobile, AL
Think of all of those lost property tax dollars. Nevermind...
We just pay more to make up for it.
So proud to support my local churches.

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