This is some thing I wish more people would realize.
The Lion’s Den
Daniel 4:4 to 12:13
4:4 King Neb dreamed again and this time he remembered what it was about. It was a tree. The tree was a giant beautiful tree that everyone loved. All the people and animals lived together in and under and around the tree. But then a scary messenger appeared from some vague alternate dimension and began…
Added by Brad Snowder on January 20, 2013 at 11:17am — No Comments
Please let me know if I have repeated any or left any out.
About 2 weeks ago I did post on my status a petition to the Royal Society to start a debate on resetting the calender to reflect our true heritage.
The text of the petition has been altered slightly and I request you to again append your signatures. And I apologize to those who had signed it.
Nothing much may come from it, but I think it will start a discussion that all of us alive today and who are secular would be interested in. There is nothing about 1 BC and 1 AD that…Continue
Every time my boyfriend meets someone new, he tells that person that I am Wiccan. There are several reasons this is not good! First and most importantly, I am not Wiccan, I am Atheist I believe in some of the principals of a variety of faiths/or traditions, but the basis of those beliefs is not religious, rather it is humanistic. It is the basic principals most humans value, things like trying to be kind to others, not lieing, being ethical, working hard, trying to learn new things,…Continue
most men who cry silently
about the size of their cock,
do their best to compensate
by getting a big truck with a
huge sound system, so that
they can parade down the street
to show the whole world what a
big strong man they are---
some men want to prove to the
guy’s driving the big trucks
that their dicks are even bigger,
so they have to get guns &
little itty bitty…Continue
Added by delapruch on January 19, 2013 at 7:06pm — No Comments
My Science Fiction club was meeting the other night, and the subject of weird religions came up (most members are christians) and everybody started trashing mormonism and scientology as particularly unbelieveable, when I said: "When you realize why you don't believe in those, you will know why I don't believe yours! This earned a nervous laugh among the "saved" crowd. But it did recall to mind all the group therapy sessions I ran at the transitional home. Everybody realized and agreed…Continue
I saw Cem USLU's post about being an atheist in a muslim community and cannot help but feel sorry for those of you which find yourself in such a situation. I'm not making light of it, nor am I trying to steal thunder, but I happen to live in an atheist country (sort of), and I thought it might be informative to see how it is in this "heaven". I think it can probably be…Continue
Added by Arcus on January 18, 2013 at 5:56pm — No Comments
Ugh, so it's been an entire month of holiday garbage. From the passive aggressive nature of my family during their meal time prayers or my parents trying to shove their Catholic bullshit down my young son's throat.
I want to scream at them, but I don't. I keep the peace and don't respond to their faces how angry they make me. So here it is, every response I have kept in my head.
"No mom, I may not believe in Jesus but I still like celebration because it is time I get to spend…Continue
hi there friends. i am an ex athiest and im a putting togethter a book/blog for christians about understanding and then saving athiests. I PROMISE, I AM NOT TRYING TO SAVE YOU! but i would greatly appreciate your input.
like i said i used to be an athiest. actually i was more of an anti-christian. i was very thorough wile compiling my arsenal of anti-christian material, and was very articulate when fighting christians. i had a long list of great arguments against christianity, but i…Continue
When asked by a Christian friend this morning, "Do you agree or disagree with homosexuality?"; my response was such:
"I neither agree nor disagree with homosexuality, just as I neither agree nor disagree with trees. Although I do see how the variety of shrubbery makes the earth more beautiful."
Added by Brenda Lee on January 17, 2013 at 5:06am — No Comments
I posted that "Gay Scientists isolate Christian Gene" video to my Facebook wall. And a friend of my mother, who has never said two words to me felt the compulsion to put this intellectual piece into my inbox:
What a lot of rubbish contained in your recent post.
Were you not taught the science of your own critical thinking when you attended Varsity?
Is it then really necessary to offend others by…
"Judging by your spelling, I assume you’re a Brit. So you folks over there are aware of our shame: the WBC.
I would be equally interested in what you think of our greater shame: a cowardly acceptance that shooting people down in multiple numbers in schools, theaters, malls, businesses, and streets with military-style weaponry is a cultural norm to be celebrated in our…Continue
I just created a group for Atheists on Branch (www.branch.com). If you haven't heard of Branch, it's a new conversation startup that's backed by the founders of Twitter and Blogger and is trying to bring great offline conversations, like the ones you have around a dinner table, online. Our group will let us start “branches” with each other really easily, and give us a page where we can share them with people and friends can ask to join. It's like the best…Continue
Added by Peter Merrill on January 16, 2013 at 10:54am — No Comments
I have had the enlightening experience of being both Christian and atheist in my 31 years on this planet, so I am able to look at the Westboro Baptist Church through both sets of eyes.
I followed the WBC story as I have always been intrigued by cults; particularly the way in which cults snare high functioning intelligent adults. Through my own studies regarding these issues, I came to the realisation that, as a Christian, I too was in a cult. I am now an outspoken atheist, free…
There are lots of minorities in many countries. But these minorities were mostly based on etnic and/or religious groups. However being an Atheist, detaches you from the society based on your own thoughts or decisions. In a Muslim community, religion is very powerful in daily life. It seperates believers from non believers in a cunning sense. For instance; obtaining a proper position in a governmental/state organization, or even in private companies…Continue
I'm going to go over a few instances of such and then explain why I think it's a problem.
It seems that one constant in humanity has been that we have always thought we were...special.
You and I, right now are living in a special time. It is the peak of human civilization. Many realize this and feel that ultimately something special is going to happen. Such as the 2012 predictions that the Mayans may or may not have made. Perhaps Jesus is coming back. Perhaps,…Continue
Added by dragotron on January 14, 2013 at 2:11am — No Comments
Great stuff as always! Informational & entertaining. Thank you so much for bringing a worthwhile "Sunday School". This is much better than the religious nonsense I grew up with and carried into adulthood.
Added by Jonathan Krasick on January 13, 2013 at 12:39pm — No Comments
Most Christians believe that Jesus will return one day to save them from us godless heathens and "take them up into the clouds"--but if they actually read their bibles they would realize that it ain't gonna happen. Nope, never. See the following excerpt from our book which explains why:
"Although Christianity was practiced shortly after the supposed “death” of Jesus Christ, in the Roman Empire it only…Continue
Added by Cathy Cooper on January 13, 2013 at 12:28pm — No Comments