• How To Introduce Your Atheist Partner To Evangelical Parents

    by The Unicorn Delusion posted: 26 Apr 2013 Category: Atheism 9

    So, I found this video on howcast, and it made me laugh. I though some of you guys may enjoy it, so here:http://www.howcast.com/videos/9347-How-to-Introduce-Your-Atheist-Partner-to-Your-Evangelical-Parents So... Discuss meeting your partners religious parents, I guess?

  • I'm New!

    by Austin Purdy posted: 24 Apr 2013 Category: Atheism 22

    I hope that I'm allowed to post this, for this isn't really a debate or an argument (I'm unsure exactly what to post on this site), but I just wanted to say that I'm a...

  • Utilising Religious Practices

    by utopia posted: 20 Apr 2013 Category: Atheism 41

    Recently I've begun practising meditation for about 40 minutes a day, as often as I can anyway. My interest in religious experience and spirituality was cut short when I was quite young, as I realised...

  • Why identify as atheist and not nihilist?

    by Happy Nihilist posted: 17 Apr 2013 Category: Atheism 49

    What would you say is the distinguishing criteria to draw the line between atheist and nihilist? I consider myself an existential nihilist and yet when I read much of the arguments made by self-labelled atheists...

  • Godspeed to your godless shoes

    by nongorilla1 posted: 17 Apr 2013 Category: Atheism 12

    I tripped over a funny story about an online-shoeshop in Germany whose deliveries to US customers takes much longer with their label on the box than without it. The name of the label...

  • "Faith and Medicine"

    by askquestions posted: 12 Apr 2013 Category: Atheism 24

    I was quite surprised at this neurosurgeon's statement: "There are no atheists at the cancer center." http://ktla.com/2013/03/26/dr-rahul-jandial-faith-and-medicine-6/#axzz2OgYSDJ00 I generally like his programme but this time I was disappointed to see an agreement about...

  • Regarding 'Atheist Churches set to go Global'

    by Wolfham posted: 09 Apr 2013 Category: Atheism 25

    Hi All, I am very concerned about some articles I have been reading recently regarding Atheist Churches. There seems to be a movement in the UK to unite atheists and free thinkers...

  • Gratitude

    by Jay G posted: 07 Apr 2013 Category: Atheism 36

    Hello: Religious teachings include inculcating a sense of gratitude towards the "Creator".  Priests/Rabbis tell people that they ought to be grateful to God for the gift of life and this beautiful universe...

  • Freethinking in Bangladesh

    by atheist.asif posted: 02 Apr 2013 Category: Atheism 16

    Yesterday 3 bloggers of Bangla blog community have been arrested for not believing in any organized religion and for criticizing of the religious fundamentalism, religious institutions and religious Dogmas. Few days back, 84 freethinker bloggers...

  • Justifying fear

    by more_confusion posted: 31 Mar 2013 Category: Atheism 22

    Hi everyone, Right now I'm sitting in my living room with my two month old son. Other than my son, who's currently napping, i'm alone. I have the baby monitor on, and keep hearing the occasional bang from upstairs...

  • Time to speak up.

    by Andy Mcquillan posted: 25 Mar 2013 Category: Atheism 69

    On visiting a house with the potential to buy, i asked the owner what the residents next door were like "Oh their christians and they do alot for charity"the estate agent knodding "no worries there...

  • Is this Gods Plan?

    by Tacomakid posted: 22 Mar 2013 Category: Atheism 30

    As I take a look at the world around me I can't help but notice all of the horrible suffering taking place on our planet. Theists claim that God has a plan for us all....

  • Are Atheists Naturalists or Humanists?

    by Stardroid posted: 13 Mar 2013 Category: Atheism 57

    Perhaps a little bit of a strange topic as, common sensically, one can be all three. (I'm new to the forums and I don't know whether RDF.net is the appropriate place to call for a philosophical discussion...

  • Can Atheists qualify as Conscientious Objectors?

    by whiteraven posted: 08 Mar 2013 Category: Atheism 21

    Conscientious Objector status is not a trivial exemption to obtain. How can Atheists (etc.)  have a fair chance at achieving it if the general attitude is that without a belief in god, one has no...

  • Ceremonies: the rich heratige of religion

    by Paul Sousek posted: 04 Mar 2013 Category: Atheism 8

    The main world religions have existed for hundreds or thousands of years. In that time they have developed a whole series of ceremonies with which to celebrate or commemorate various life stages, such as death, marriage, birth,...

  • Wedding Ceremony

    by jennystephenson posted: 28 Feb 2013 Category: Atheism 16

    Hello all-My little sister is getting married later this year, and she wants me to officiate at the ceremony. Neither she nor her partner is religious, and they want a secular ceremony. However, according to...

  • superstitious atheist >_<

    by demon posted: 25 Feb 2013 Category: Atheism 50

    Hi everyone,i'm Indonesian (from chinese origin) and i think i'm an atheist, i don't believe in god or deities but i can't reject the notion that there's part of me that still can't deny...

  • Raising an Atheist child

    by Cogan1988 posted: 22 Feb 2013 Category: Atheism 47

    Hello everyone,  I was wondering if people who have experience with raising a child as an Atheist could give me any advice on the best way to go about it. My girlfriend and I are...

  • non believer to believer

    by Andy Mcquillan posted: 19 Feb 2013 Category: Atheism 167

    Just out of intrest in there anyone out there who has recently had first hand experience or knows someboby in this day and age of reason and science that has coverted from atheism to religion....

  • Initiating an Atheist movement in a religious country

    by RocketMan posted: 16 Feb 2013 Category: Atheism 10

    Initiating an Atheist movement in a religious countryI'm a student in South Africa. I was raised very religiously(Dutch Reformed as most of the white population). The country is rife with Christian religion mostly. Especially lately...