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Where are you from?

Started by Richard. Last reply by Samuel Muriithi Oct 9, 2012. 29 Replies

Members

Started by Richard. Last reply by thomas smith Oct 2, 2011. 4 Replies

Why Africans are Religious

Started by Graham Knight. Last reply by Jane Smith Sep 14, 2011. 3 Replies

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Comment by Alan Millar on August 22, 2011 at 1:58am

Re: the discussion between Bwambale Robert and thomas smith:

 

I believe that have seen the website about the school, but it would be helpful if Bwambale Robert could provide background and information about it. 

 

I think it's uncalled for to start using the word "scam" about a member's request *before* asking for further information in good faith.

Comment by thomas smith on August 21, 2011 at 1:02pm
this is regarding a
A message from Bwambale Robert to all members of African Atheists on Atheist Nexus!

 

 I did not say that this school project was a scam, I simply pointed out that the format and wording of that request was very similar to a number of scams coming from Africa, specifically Nigeria., and this should be viewed with caution.
In fact, there have been so many that there is a  net phrase "Nigerian scam".
I would welcome  any type of independent  proof that this project is legitimate

t.e.smith
Comment by Philip Copeman on July 11, 2011 at 12:38am
I am not anti theist - just pro realist. I am however just as offended at you at the concpet of taking a Man-God seriously.
Comment by biobot on March 14, 2011 at 8:14am
i don't mind prayer rooms. So long as they're far away.
Comment by Philip Copeman on March 14, 2011 at 7:16am

Hi Jane.

 

I am eager to open up an African Front against the princes of darkness and their anointed theologians.

Comment by Nick Hargreaves on December 10, 2010 at 4:49am

hallo guys, I started an African atheists social network http://africanatheists.org Please check it out and join if possible. You can use facebook connect to login

Comment by E.Lag on September 4, 2010 at 4:32pm
Cheers from Algeria.
Comment by Sekani Tembo on October 22, 2009 at 10:08am
Mumba from my time spent in Zambia I know where you are coming from. There's constantly a push, even in the media, supporting superstitious attitudes in general, and Christianity in particular. Yet, people like my Christian grandfather who experienced colonialism and the forcing of Judeo-Christian religion on Africans still believe. To make it even more contradictory, he often tells the story that if a lion is to see you and want to eat you, you had better not simply hold your Bible and say that god will take care of you, you had better run. I find the contrast between Africans pragmatism and superstition both interesting and painful. Like you said, we need education, and the form of IT tools would be even better. Check out my families project at our home village and see if you can do something similar to help bring this change about. http://www.bridgewater.edu/zanoba/

I'm also working on starting a project with a contact I made over the summer in Lundazi to begin a large-scale ITC education program for youths, as well as an internet cafe for the public. If anyone is interested in helping with either project, let me know and I can give details.
Comment by Hitman on October 22, 2009 at 2:34am
I wonder if people are familiar with
http://weareallafricans.com/
It's a website promoting a book called
We Are All Africans: Exposing the Negative Influence of the Judeo-Christian-Islamic Religions on Africans
I haven't read it and don't know whether its arguments, particularly the one related to the origin of Black people, lack of descendancy to Adam & Eve and their sin, therefore negating the need for a savior, are convincing.
Comment by siba on October 22, 2009 at 1:17am
I totally agree with Mumba there are a lot of doubters, and its time for us to be visible, any ideas?
 

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