European Atheists

The name of the group pretty much gives it away, I guess. European Atheists unite (yet again)! ;-) There's hundreds of thousands of us in Europe... where are all the others? Join in, let's discuss, connect and maybe we'll start another revolution.

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200! You are AWESOME folks :-)

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Comment by Lucy on November 8, 2009 at 1:37pm
Where can i watch the Fry and Hitchens vs the Bishop and MP?
Comment by Ian Mason on November 3, 2009 at 2:44pm
Another small step. I've just read that the European Court of Human Rights has agreed with an Italian mother than the display of crucifixes in Italian classrooms violates the right of religious freedom in general and her right to raise her child in a secular way.

Well done that woman!
Comment by ɟǝןıx dǝʇɹɐɹ on October 31, 2009 at 8:46pm
@Szekularis Figyelo: could I find an English version of that article? Normally, I could use this site to translate the whole page (copy/paste the link) but it is not working so I had to translate fragment by fragment and the translation is not good.
Comment by Szekularis Figyelo on October 31, 2009 at 1:42pm
Ih Hungary, a right wing magazine has just called their readers to form small groups and steal any leftist, liberal and ungodly literature out of public libraries.
Comment by Timmie on October 4, 2009 at 5:41pm
Hello from America - I understand (unlike the people actually FROM America) that Europe isn't in the United States. I'm a Scottish ex-pat trying to muck through the deep south.
Comment by Szekularis Figyelo on August 22, 2009 at 3:34am
For Germans: Kardinal Meisner has been invited by the Hungarian catholic church to the big mass in front of the "Bazilika" in Budapest on 20 August, held on National Day, where we celebrate the foundation of the Hungarian state (then kingdom) by Saint Stephen (not the martyr, this is another one) in 1000. I know about the conservativism of he catholic church here, but I'm still a bit apalled...
Comment by Jaume on August 13, 2009 at 5:39pm
Mental gymnastics to reconcile the stories in the Bible with...

Ouch! That's a mean way to dislocate at least a few millions of your precious neurons. Glad you recovered from the damage.
Comment by Aurelian Radu on August 13, 2009 at 4:59pm
Hello from Romania!

I have not always been an atheist, but I remember the amount of mental gymnastics it took me to reconcile the stories in the Bible with logic, decency and common sense. When I started reading the Bible, I was expecting to find the word of God (inspired, not in the literal sense), but I was truly dismayed by the stories of the OT. I was a teenager and was trying to define my faith. I had been baptized at birth and brought up as a (nominal) Christian (Eastern Orthodox). I went to church on Easter and on Christmas and took my faith for granted. But the Bible really did it for me. And then Voltaire, read in high school. Then I took my atheism for granted and thought religion isn't worth fighting against. I changed my mind in recent years, thanks to YouTube debates (Dawkins, Hitchens et al.)

Let's make Europe even more secular than it already is!
Comment by qıƃ ɟ ǝıɔɐɹʇ on July 13, 2009 at 4:47am
I lived in The Netherlands during six formative years, ages 11 thru 17. I was a fairly convicted atheist before my arrival there, but didn't quite know it because I just didn't give it very much thought.

Since I've already posted my story on another thread, I'll just link to it, here:

Becoming an Atheist

Although I've lived in eight states/countries, I've decided to only join the A|N groups where I've lived at least six years. These are the ones where I stand a good chance of visiting again. I may change this rule of thumb if I see a discussion where I simply must participate.
Comment by Jaume on July 7, 2009 at 3:11am
On the other hand, Spain gave Scientology a recognition it doesn't deserve.

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