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Tebow!!!!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bob MacVay Jan 19, 2012. 48 Replies

Does anyone else get very annoyed with the Tim Tebow overblown religious ties when they do well. He threw for 316 yds and all the Xians are referencing John 3:16 to it. With all the horror in the…Continue

Dealing with the inevitable

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tiffany Willoughby Nov 26, 2012. 158 Replies

I think the hardest part of deconverting is dealing with the fact that this is it. After being told from a young age that you will live for eternity after you die, it is sometimes hard to face…Continue

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What if Starbucks Marketed Like a Church? A Parable.

"I've only been to one church like that, and it was pretty damn sickening. Fun to play "spot the hypocrite" though. I grew up going to primitive baptist churches, and as stupid as their tripe was, at least they greeted you properly…"
Aug 11, 2013
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What if Starbucks Marketed Like a Church? A Parable.

"I get a kick out of these kind of parodies of Christians made BY Christians. It's like they know what they're doing is ridiculous, and they should do something differently--but I don't think they will! Instead of changing how they…"
Aug 10, 2013
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Tiffany Willoughby replied to Nate Warnock's discussion 'Dealing with the inevitable'
"i understand where you're coming from. i just deconverted myself. but this is how i see it. even if heaven was real, i shouldnt have to bow down and worship some dude. heaven is supposed to be gold. why do we need gold if were dead? i have no…"
Nov 26, 2012
Joe Brady replied to Nate Warnock's discussion 'Dealing with the inevitable'
"I was a closet atheist for about two or three years, and even now it feels fresh and rejuvenating to me. But that last hoop to jump through has been something of a miserable challenge. On one hand, it's really simple to just accept immortality…"
Sep 12, 2012
James Cox replied to Nate Warnock's discussion 'Dealing with the inevitable'
"There might be a compass, but their poles are moving around looking for an acceptable settling point. A few times I noticed that 'freedom is slavery', could have won out over 'do as I command, not as I do!'  "
Sep 12, 2012
archaeopteryx replied to Nate Warnock's discussion 'Dealing with the inevitable'
Sep 7, 2012
Dale Headley replied to Nate Warnock's discussion 'Dealing with the inevitable'
"How I might choose to look at existence and its inevitable end is the quintessential moot question, isn't it? since the FACT of death is not altered by my perception of it.  It just is, and there's nothing I can do about it.  All…"
Sep 7, 2012
archaeopteryx replied to Nate Warnock's discussion 'Dealing with the inevitable'
"Wow, James - thanks for sharing that with us. You made me feel like I was there."
Sep 7, 2012
Unseen replied to Nate Warnock's discussion 'Dealing with the inevitable'
"Report all redundancy in duplicate to the Department of Redundancy Department."
Sep 7, 2012
James Cox replied to Nate Warnock's discussion 'Dealing with the inevitable'
"The family was Catholic, need I say more..."
Sep 7, 2012
Heather Spoonheim replied to Nate Warnock's discussion 'Dealing with the inevitable'
"Sorry, James, but that just seems so incredibly inhuman and unnecessary to me.  I wish our species would get over itself and let people opt out by quick death while under anesthetic.  This whole idea of drawing it out to the last possible…"
Sep 7, 2012
James Cox replied to Nate Warnock's discussion 'Dealing with the inevitable'
"I did Death Watch with a friend's family once. Her mother was near passing, and we had placed a hospital bed in the family's livingroom with a crew of friends and caregivers. This happened during the few hours/days around New Years 2000,…"
Sep 7, 2012
archaeopteryx replied to Nate Warnock's discussion 'Dealing with the inevitable'
"It does seem a shame, we get one book, while Harry Potter gets a series --"
Sep 7, 2012
Becca replied to Nate Warnock's discussion 'Dealing with the inevitable'
"I never believed in god or the afterlife. I certainly tried but it never felt right. I never had the experience of realizing that there was no such thing as eternal life or life after death. For me, life has always had an expiration date.The mind is…"
Sep 7, 2012

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At 10:43am on January 30, 2012, Dan DeMura said…

Thanks for the add... I too am in the Dublin area if you're ever interested in grabbing lunch or coffee... be sure to check out meetup and the Humanist Community of Central Ohio

At 10:13am on November 9, 2011, Robert Karp said…

Welcome to the Think Atheist community Nate!

 
 
 

  

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