HELLO PUNY HUMANS. I AM THE COSMIC ALIEN OVERLORD. ALL WILL BOW BEFORE MY MIGHTY COSMICY ALIENISH OVERLORDY POWERS! MWUHAAHAHAHAHA!
*Ahem* Sorry about that. I sometimes channel an evil alien. Just ignore him. Anyway, this is my introduction post. My online alias is Farroc. I'm a vegetarian anti-theist. my favorite color is purple, I'm a huge fan of both Star Trek and Bill Hicks. Errrr, what else.... I live in Texas(unfortunately). I'm also a big gamer and I watch a lot of…Continue
"If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants." - Sir Isaac Newton
Starting college is quite possibly the best thing that could have ever happened to me. American high school can only teach you so much; it is limited by its shortcomings in policy. Let me say further that American high school in the South can only teach you so much. What ever shortcomings there are in the system are bolstered by the religious fanaticism proselytized in the so called "Bible Belt".…Continue
Added by Charlie Sellers on January 30, 2013 at 12:29am — No Comments
I am agnostic, my parents are Christians. We debate about it every now and then but they have kind of given up debating with me because they can't disprove any of my points, they just say to keep reading the bible and quote verses that say that say that non Christians are willfully ignorant. About 2 or 3 weeks ago my mom lost her wallet, and has been complaining to everyone about it ever since. 2 days ago she had us all go in the living room and had my younger sister pray that God would help…Continue
Hello Think Atheist.
My name is Charlie, and I have been on the site more off than on over the past couple of years. This is actually my first little blog post on this site. I am just going to take the time to tell you guys a little about myself, and give you an insight into my further writings. I want to try to be more active here on this website.
Anyways, as I had already stated, my name is Charlie. At the time of writing, I am 18 years old -turning 19 in March. I am a…
The need for comfort is universal across humankind, many people have a tough time dealing with loneliness, illness, or death. And I think that's one of the main reasons for the existence of religion: The need for comfort.
I, as an atheist, have never had that kind of trouble, but I do understand the need for it and that made me think: Was there something science-based I could say to help someone be at peace with death?.
And this is what came out of that…Continue
Gday from Australia , awesome to find such a site which I stumbled upon on twitter.
I am fortunate to come from a country where our Prime minister is a woman and an Atheist and a community of mateship in the land downunder.
Where although ever present Religion vs Atheism is neither here nor there, It's rare that the topic comes up to be honest.
I work with a Hindu, a couple of Christians about 3 Atheists a Witch a Self professed Psychic and some undisclosed lol, and…Continue
Added by Peta M on January 27, 2013 at 9:26pm — No Comments
Today I ran a half marathon. When I crossed the finish line, I saw my dad running to me. His arms were wide open and he had the biggest smile on his face. These are the memories of my dad that I love. I've run races before and in less time, but he couldn't be there. I think, for him, having the time to see his kids meeting goals in life is precious and thrilling. He, of course, calls these moments, "gifts from god," but I don't care what he calls it, so long as he is there and…Continue
Added by Colleen on January 27, 2013 at 9:07pm — No Comments
I never attended a seminary, but come to think of it, I did do time in a convent! (It had become a British Airways Training School!) I have attended an awful lot of churches, for an awful lot of hours, over an awful lot of years, as a choir boy at York Minster, New College Chapel, Oxford, St James Palace and St Paul’s Cathedral. And as a young actor, I played Jesus Christ’s youngest brother in the play “Family Portrait”, with the distinguished English actress, Fay Compton playing Mary,…Continue
Reaping the Whirlwind
Hosea 1:2 to 8:7
1:2 The Lord ordered Hosea to marry a prostitute because the Jews were doing whorish things. It seemed like a reasonable demand. So Hosea married a hooker named Gomer and she had children who were given long terrible names by God himself.
Added by Brad Snowder on January 27, 2013 at 11:50am — No Comments
I work with an outlaw-biker-turned-Bible-thumping-physical-therapy-assistant named Paul. * He is, I believe, someone who needs Jesus. The world is better for Paul having turned his life over to Him. Paul is also opinionated, domineering, and just bright enough to be a nuisance in general.
He and I have come to a peaceful detente regarding religion. He is an evangelical Young Earth Creationist, while I am an unapologetic atheist . After many discussions that went absolutely…Continue
Added by Diane on January 27, 2013 at 9:51am — No Comments
following the “suicide”
of Aaron Swartz,
a delightful punch has been driven
into the gut of the empire,
whose eyes now
twitch & whose muscles now
for the tables are turning,
when it comes to oppressing the
citizens of this world.
there was a time when
those with guns & bombs
would win out every time
when approaching a peaceful
tearing up the…Continue
Added by delapruch on January 27, 2013 at 9:00am — No Comments
Does anyone else find this slogan for christianmingle.com unbelievably hypocritical. When speaking to most fundamentalist Christians I have found that they will generally say that God will basically make everything happen. God will provide everything for them no matter how great or small. This dating site slogan is so repulsive to me that I felt I had to ignite a discussion about it. It's just more of the same, say one thing and mean another all the time with some Christians. Sometimes…Continue
AN ATHEIST IN THE WOODS
An atheist was walking through the woods.
'What majestic trees!'
'What powerful rivers!'
'What beautiful animals!'
He said to himself.
As he was walking alongside the river, he heard
a rustling in the bushes behind him.
He turned to look. He saw a…
This is from Ricky Gervais' interview with Richard Dawkins. It PERFECTLY describes how I feel:
"I hate being labeled an Atheist because it's not how I live my life. I don't live my life going around going "I'm an Atheist, I'm an Atheist..." There's billions of other aspects to my life, why I do things. It's just when God's put into the equation, I don't take that on board. I don't do anything because a god's watching me, or because I feel God owns anything, or God's driving me. It's a…Continue
Added by Stephy on January 25, 2013 at 9:35pm — No Comments
*Sigh* Well, here I am at yet another of my brother's friend's wake. This time it was the father. He worked at a mill for 20 years so it's understandable that this happened. 20 years on someone's lungs would not make you live longer, but it still sucks. Only 4 months apart from the last wake I went to. I was still trying to get over the last one, now this. It seems that the mortality rate here in america is pretty high. If you make it to 60, I'm impressed. I just wish I had some words of…Continue
Added by Vince James Abernathy on January 25, 2013 at 9:06pm — No Comments
its hard to believe that in this day and age where we can travel the world from our couch that we still believe in such things enough to push them on the young minds in school,
i am afraid for my child when he gets into school i hope that there well still be the separation of church and state when he is
a method for systematically changing attitudes or altering beliefs, originated in totalitarian countries, especially through the use of torture, drugs, or…
Added by Samuel Tyson Cook on January 25, 2013 at 5:30pm — No Comments
Hi, i just stumbled upon this site and decided I would share one of the first moments of disbelief in Christianity or deity.
It was back in maybe 2002 when i was in 2nd grade. I might have been about 8 or 9 at the time. I was living with my grandparents (who raised me as a christian) and we were watching a lot of dinosaur documentaries on discovery channel. So for the next week i had been contemplating the prehistoric creatures. I came to a conclusion of how Rhinoceros' were…Continue
Added by tyler roberts on January 25, 2013 at 1:00pm — No Comments
My Favorite Christian Bands…Continue
I just got off the phone, having talked with my mother at length about, mostly, Christianity. I don't know how we got on the topic but it was a great conversation. It was nice to talk about something on an intellectual level, for a change, instead of whatever has gone wrong with whomever in the family. I cannot believe what she just told me. She asked me if she ever told me when she knew Christianity was over for her. She hadn't, and I was afraid of what I was going to hear.