The unsurprisingly small organization called Republican Atheists has crafted a Facebook post about LGBTQ Pride Month that has its own members scratching their heads.
I left my first Lifetree meeting feeling encouraged that common ground could be found between believers and nonbelievers if we take the time to listen to each other and make an effort to understand each other.
The Tri-State Freethinkers have invited John Kasich to a meeting or service project so he can become more familiar with his nonreligious constituents and see exactly ‘what the hell is wrong with’ them. — Nothing.
The truth is that I’m nothing less than profoundly grateful. What’s more is that mine is a gratitude I could never have arrived at if I thought earthly life was just the lesser part of our experience.
You and your family will get what they deserve, trust me.
Shanon and I like to talk in public about the things we do, the same as anyone else… We try to be as open about it as anyone else is about their faith/church life.
Our kids are encouraged positively. There is no higher power we use to scare them into submission. When they go to bed at night, they don’t worry about someone watching them and silently judging them.
There’s no doubt in my mind that many an ultraconservative is merely exploiting the extreme positions of their base. But without getting into how often members of our “leadership” crack a hymnal, let’s look at the bigger picture.
The fact is I do have respect for people who believe in a god, despite disagreeing with them. I would just like them to consider other viewpoints in return, as we atheists are constantly having to consider theirs.
In this episode Morgan sets out to discover what happens to us when we die.