Good evening (it's 20:00 GMT) fellows,My first concern is that this forum may be specifically for citizens of the United States, but being what I like to call an 'aggressive atheist' I couldn't…Continue
"I gave up on the first sentence of his first point. The idea that everything requires a creator is fatally flawed, in that whatever that creator was, would need a creator, and would've existed outside of the existence he had yet to create."
"It must've been around 2005 when I picked up God Is Not Great (GING). I'd already read Dawkins' book and enjoyed it, though the final chapter - which focused on the science - saw my attention wane. I did not experience this at any…"
"Thanks for your answer Bob! Totally agree- it is absolutely socking that in this day and age children are being sacrificed for a better harvest! :0 We should ALL know better. And my New Years Resolution was to earn more about various religions…"
"Just found this on the Sunday School post on T/A:
"Today, polls seem to indicate that tight controls on religious belief eventually give way to a society with God-fatigue. The "British Social Attitudes Survey" published in 2011 shows…"
"Wow! I wasn't aware of those statistics though I have always wondered. The region that I am currently living in is called St Helens, not far off from Liverpool and according to the 2001 census it is the most Christian town in Britain with about…"
"Hello A.C! I also hail from the UK (Merseyside to be precise) and always happy to speak to likeminded people rom the UK. Though I'll admit to being fasinated by certain aspects of religion in the US, particularly its involvement and…"
"Thanks for the warm welcome ladies and gents.
I was as disgusted with Cameron's outburst as anybody. He's not a Christian by any stretch, he just wanted to use it to rally the working class whilst having a pop at the opposition. The number…"
"Hi. Welcome! There are a few of us here. Have a look at the 'coming out stories' Most people are American so I can often only sympathise with the social problems and stigma they face which do not exist here. A lot of the discussions…"
Good evening (it's 20:00 GMT) fellows,My first concern is that this forum may be specifically for citizens of the United States, but being what I like to call an 'aggressive atheist' I couldn't resist joining. Am I 'invading'?I'm hail from Oxford, England and wondered if I might find some enlightening debate here, as well as the opportunity to converse with like-minded people. I've been an atheist for circa five years, though since my late teens I'd been an agnostic who simply didn't give…See More
"Hi Corie. I'm new here myself, but I'm from the United Kingdom. I have to say it sounds as though atheists in the US have a far more difficult time 'coming out' than we do over here. It sounds as though atheists are really…"
Green, liberal atheist with a passion for music and marine conservation
Why are you here?
It's all a bit technical. Basically, My distant ancestors were moulded from dirt and divine breath, and despite being brother and sister, they proceeded to procreate. After centuries of inbreeding, here I am.
The religion you left
Why you left your religion.
Too many unconvincing answers to questions we've all asked since we were children. Too many inconsistencies and contradictions within the teachings and the total lack of any evidence what-so-ever.
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