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Religion in a relationship

Started this discussion. Last reply by Pope Beanie Oct 17, 2013. 32 Replies

Hello all, I am curious to some of your opinions/experience dealing with relationships with a semi-religious person.  Also, I would like to hear what role you believe religion should play in a…Continue

Tags: relationship, religion

Nazi Eugenics anyone??

Started this discussion. Last reply by Doug Reardon Sep 27, 2012. 2 Replies

Hello all,Just wanted to see what were some of the thought processes regarding the eugenics movement that took place with the Nazi Regime in the 1930s.  Not going to have a stance on either side of…Continue

Tags: humans, advancement, genetics, evolution, morality

New to site, expressing my feelings. thanks to any readers

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ethan Levy Apr 13, 2011. 15 Replies

Hello all, I am new to this site.  Loving it to the fullest extent.  Atheists are becoming more accepted in the world, but are still outcasts in many parts of it.  I am from the south, where most…Continue

Tags: louisiana, exclusion, exclude, feelings, New

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Pope Beanie replied to Chase King's discussion 'Religion in a relationship'
"My ex-wife is Catholic, and there was a little bit of religious friction, but we mostly respected each other. Most important (to me) is the kids became atheist, even though they were exposed much more to religion than atheism. We considered…"
Oct 17, 2013
M replied to Chase King's discussion 'Religion in a relationship'
"In theory, it can work-- but only if both sides are willing to agree to disagree and to communicate openly without it turning into a battle of wills (or worse).  It sounds like your lady friend is thus far unwilling to do either of these…"
Oct 16, 2013
archaeopteryx replied to Chase King's discussion 'Religion in a relationship'
"Well, I'm sure SHE doesn't think of it as voo-doo, that's my own description."
Oct 16, 2013
Emperor Milos replied to Chase King's discussion 'Religion in a relationship'
"Wow. Yeah, my mother in-law doesn't do voodoo, but she is Mexican and a very very devout Seventh Day Adventist. So, I am expecting a "baby bible" as the first gift for our first child."
Oct 16, 2013
archaeopteryx replied to Chase King's discussion 'Religion in a relationship'
"Speaking of mother-in-laws, don't get me started -- My son, like father, lacks religious beliefs - his wife, a Mexican-American, is a devout Catholic. Her mother, using a combination of religious fervor and Native-Mexican (Indio) voo-doo,…"
Oct 16, 2013
Emperor Milos replied to Chase King's discussion 'Religion in a relationship'
"This is a big deal. This is a topic that you need to discuss if you really think that you want kids with this girl. You cannot avoid this topic. In my case, we luckily both had the same view on raising kids; letting them learn and question as much…"
Oct 16, 2013
archaeopteryx replied to Chase King's discussion 'Religion in a relationship'
"Yeah, but that ShishKaBob-flavored ice cream is worth the extra effort!"
Oct 16, 2013
Chase King replied to Chase King's discussion 'Religion in a relationship'
"Honestly, yes…in most regards. However, I cannot respect her lack of rational thought..."
Oct 16, 2013
archaeopteryx replied to Chase King's discussion 'Religion in a relationship'
"Speaking of doing the math, I've always felt that older men should marry younger women, because women age faster than men. Seriously, think about it - a man, 40, marries a 20-year old girl, half his age - by the time he's 60, she's…"
Oct 16, 2013
Strega replied to Chase King's discussion 'Religion in a relationship'
"Do the maths - you're 25 and get married, and you're worried about children and how to raise them.  Once they are say 20, they'll be gone.  Now you're 48 years old and have another 20-30 years to spend with this woman…"
Oct 15, 2013
kOrsan replied to Chase King's discussion 'Religion in a relationship'
"You don't know Turkish ice cream vendors! "
Oct 15, 2013
John Cook replied to Chase King's discussion 'Religion in a relationship'
"I sincerely feel you haven't considered all aspects of that convoluted proposal and what it might mean to others not like your unconcerned father. I doubt a committed atheist who sees Gog as I do could tolerate it.  There absolutely is NO…"
Oct 15, 2013
John Cook replied to Chase King's discussion 'Religion in a relationship'
"Don't count on that working. Xians belong to a very large and influential carnival act and they look forward to converting atheist.  In my sacred opinion, it would be as bad as living in Utah where you need a note from the Bishop before…"
Oct 15, 2013
John Cook replied to Chase King's discussion 'Religion in a relationship'
"My first wife turned out to be a hiding Christian. That's why she became my first wife."
Oct 15, 2013
Disco Taz replied to Chase King's discussion 'Religion in a relationship'
"oh my. If you don't mind your child[ren] being raised catholic, no prob.  My ex tried to raise our son religiously [charismatic] but he turned out the way he turned out - thankfully, like me, even though I made no effort to interrupt his…"
Oct 15, 2013
Kairan Nierde replied to Chase King's discussion 'Religion in a relationship'
"Do you respect her?  Be honest. If you don't, it might not be easy to maintain a healthy relationship."
Oct 15, 2013

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About Me:
Excluded Atheist in a close-minded region, deep in the south of Louisiana. Very open-minded.
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19-24
The religion you left
Christian
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How irrelevant is a human life?

Posted on January 2, 2012 at 1:38am 25 Comments

Hello all, I recently have just been to myself, and began to think deeply about life in its entirety.  This self-discussion has led to a small amount of depression. I feel as if religion puts value on human life, and yet at the same time, looks down on it, looking forward to the "afterlife". They say thou shall not kill, etc, all moralistic things in human nature.  Then they say, just follow your "god" and you'll have eternal love/happiness/etc in the afterlife.  My point is, I have come to…

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True Atheists??

Posted on May 21, 2011 at 12:05am 2 Comments

With days like these, it makes you wonder how many atheists will "repent" or once again believe.  They may have these feelings just because fear has been bestowed upon them since times are supposedly ending. Just a random thought. This whole end of times situation is full of inconsistency. Again, just my thoughts. Thanks.

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At 10:43pm on May 20, 2011, Monica McGee (Monicks) said…
Hello, Chase! Thanks for adding me as a friend. I love it here. :)
 
 
 

  

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