Bible Belt Atheists


Bible Belt Atheists

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

Members: 419
Latest Activity: Sep 9


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

Do parents ever get it?

Started by Jake Fanning. Last reply by Andrea Cornell Jul 6. 12 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

Atheist Paradise

Started by Linda Turnipseed. Last reply by Unseen Dec 31, 2012. 30 Replies

The Belt's Too Tight

Started by Jesse Smith. Last reply by Ken Hughes Jul 4, 2012. 31 Replies

Southern Skeptics

Started by Dave G. Last reply by Onmyown Mar 2, 2012. 3 Replies

Help me make a response to The Response

Started by Zevaeros. Last reply by Zevaeros Jul 31, 2011. 8 Replies

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Comment by Terri Day on January 1, 2011 at 9:51am
Hi all. I am in central Missouri of all places. Born and raised in California so yeah, totally out of my element. Only here because it is cheap and my house is paid off. Only problem, when I open the front door, Missouri and bible thumpers are out there. Gah!
Comment by Mary Thomas on November 9, 2010 at 1:58pm
Hi, I just joined Think Atheist last week. Been religion free for 2 years. Glad you have a group for people like me who are trapped in BFE. Religious nuts in this town make life difficult. I do all I can to endure this backwoods xtian enclave & raise my kids to have morality without religion.
Comment by Chuck VonDerAhe on September 18, 2010 at 1:02am
Alabama League of Reason (Mobile, AL)

Professor Brian Axsmith will be giving a presentation on "Anti-Intellectualism in America"

This Saturday (Sept 18th) 4PM - 6PM

Satori Coffee House
5460 Old Shell Road
Mobile, AL 36608
251-281-8591-*Chuck's Cell

How to find us
We will be meeting in the back room. (I have been here before for meetings with other groups. Do not feel that you need to purchase anything. It's a self service counter in the front and comfy couches in the back.)

Visit our MEETUP page for more information. While you are there please join our group. That will insure that you are notified by email about our future events and news.
Comment by BryanPaul on September 18, 2010 at 12:56am
Sup. everyone. I'm in North Louisiana right now but I have lived near New Orleans half my life also. I loved the south but I love to hunt more. Lots of religious folks around here but I dont have problems with them often. I have no aversion to landing a right hook and love a challenge so I guess it makes me real outspoken and confident. This leads to alot less crap than most people I hear about. They leave me alone and I return the favor mostly. lol, I'll see you everyone in the descussions!
Comment by Kevin Myers on July 11, 2010 at 5:30pm
I find that being openly atheist in the south is almost a full time job in itself. One of the first questions asked of you when you meet people is what church you belong to, if you are open; as I am, and tell people you are atheist, they see it as an open invitation to do one of the following...

1. Give you their "testimony" right there on the spot as if they are going to be the ones to change your life and save you from the clutches of hell. This process usually takes between one and three hours.

2. Tell you that this country was founded on Christianity and if you don't like it you need to move out of the country or kill yourself or better yet they will do it for you.

3. Make note of you so they can report you to their church and tell people what you do for a living and to boycott your business.

4. Continually harass you until you go to their church so God will thank them in the afterlife with more Golden Palaces to live in.

5. Once in a great while a person will ask why, listen and not judge me, and then we can become friends. These people are the exception and not the rule.

Wondering what your experiences are?
Comment by Shawn P. on July 11, 2010 at 12:32am
Funny story; So a friend of mine works with a preachers wife who related how at Halloween, she gives candy only after asking the children what they know about the Bible; she lamented "sometimes all they can say is 'Jesus'". I'm sure they were like "Jesus, give me the freakin' candy."
Comment by Eric Lawson on May 15, 2010 at 10:32am
Not only do I live in the bible belt, but I believe I live in the"buckle" of said belt. Christianity has poisoned everything here.
Comment by ADiFatta on May 1, 2010 at 6:13pm
I grew up in Louisiana, and, besides New Orleans, it's very religious. Mostly Catholic, but a lot of Southern Baptists.
Comment by Linda Turnipseed on May 1, 2010 at 5:34pm
Since when is Louisiana not in the south? I'm thinking tropical beaches.
Comment by Brandon Falcon on May 1, 2010 at 4:49pm

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