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Has Atheist Nexus gone mad?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Nikki Chaffin May 19, 2010. 65 Replies

When I first came to the Nexus I liked it, great place and many conversation threads were awesome and highly clever and relaxed with out too many logical fallacies ( fallacy differs from the word…Continue

Swedish Atheist organisation?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Little Name Atheist Dec 23, 2009. 1 Reply

Hello dear fellow critical thinkers and feelers ( yep, thinking critically doesnt mean mean behaviour or hearts of stones;)., Im thrilled to join this community and I will do my best in posting…Continue

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Anders Nilsson replied to HazratNakhuda's discussion "Freethinkers in Islamic History"
"Can you post it here? Thanks ;)"
Jun 2, 2010
Anders Nilsson replied to Travis Brummett's discussion Are you still atheist if you believe in a afterlife?
"In Swedish the word Spirit and Breathing is the same word (ande/andas), In one way the christians are right(lol), that rejecting/giving up the spirit is an unforgivable sin/ the only thing that definetly will kill you ;) about death I see it almost…"
Jun 1, 2010
Phil replied to Anders Nilsson's discussion Has Atheist Nexus gone mad?
"Right you are, Nikki, the term respect is very much abused in this era of PC. Respect is engendered when something resonates with our values. Some people may be confusing respect with courtesy. When in doubt, go with courtesy."
May 19, 2010
Howard S. Dunn replied to Anders Nilsson's discussion Has Atheist Nexus gone mad?
"Joe - thanks for this post. I'm not sure it addresses the OP - it was more of a thoughtful blog entry that defies the common stereotype of the godless hedonist amidst the selfless, pious missionaries. In the end, I do think that standing up for…"
May 18, 2010
Joe McCarthy replied to Anders Nilsson's discussion Has Atheist Nexus gone mad?
"Andy; this is my day... I get up at 6 and go to my 85 yr old uncles house whomis alone and spend time with him(he was a CIA agent int he old days) cook him brkfst and dress his leg wound. Then go to see my dying mother and take care of her needs,…"
May 18, 2010
Cynical Soldier replied to Anders Nilsson's discussion Has Atheist Nexus gone mad?
"Don't forget the Creation Museum."
May 5, 2010
Dustin Scott replied to Anders Nilsson's discussion Has Atheist Nexus gone mad?
"I second what daniel said, religious people in america are typically very forceful and will stuff religion into every place they can (i'm only speaking from my experience). New York is more of an escape i believe from what a typical american…"
May 5, 2010
OR@NGE replied to Anders Nilsson's discussion Has Atheist Nexus gone mad?
" We are the Borg, we will assimilate you, resistance is futile."
May 5, 2010
Daniel W replied to Anders Nilsson's discussion Has Atheist Nexus gone mad?
"THat was a nice followup. Thank you. Just one comment - much of the US does not consider New York "American". To know the effect of religion on the US, maybe a tour of Indiana, where the licence plates say "In God We Trust", or…"
May 5, 2010
lOS`AMIGOS replied to Anders Nilsson's discussion Has Atheist Nexus gone mad?
"Anders said "I will go to New York in the summer and maybe I get a better perspective on how the christians in America are" Hi Anders,id say its a good idea ,its likely so very different to what you have experienced so far .Us folks from…"
May 5, 2010
Фелч Гроган replied to Anders Nilsson's discussion Has Atheist Nexus gone mad?
"Never read what?"
May 5, 2010
Anders Nilsson replied to Anders Nilsson's discussion Has Atheist Nexus gone mad?
"Wow, thanks for all your posts, I understand much better and this week Im not pissed as last week, had a horrible week and as you all can see I wrote a post before taking longer time to think and the result was a hysterical/rant. I was very…"
May 5, 2010
Little Name Atheist replied to Anders Nilsson's discussion Has Atheist Nexus gone mad?
"This "group" is huge. We have over 700 groups, the forums, personal blogs, the chat room, etc... If one part of the site, or one discussion is not to your taste, I'm sure another part will be."
May 4, 2010
Cynical Soldier replied to Anders Nilsson's discussion Has Atheist Nexus gone mad?
"I whole-heartedly agree."
May 4, 2010
Cynical Soldier replied to Anders Nilsson's discussion Has Atheist Nexus gone mad?
"Oh please. Don't let one guy's post shape your opinion. There are plenty of "proactive" things here. This isn't a hate group, quite the opposite. It's just that the religious can get a tad bit annoying from time to time."
May 4, 2010
Cynical Soldier replied to Anders Nilsson's discussion Has Atheist Nexus gone mad?
"I don't like people as a whole. I especially don't like the religious as a whole. To me, everyone is an "enemy" until proven otherwise. I use the term "enemy" loosely. This doesn't mean that I'm out for blood,…"
May 4, 2010

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At 10:15am on May 15, 2011, Ruth Anthony-Gardner said…
Greetings, Loren! I notice you haven't been active at Atheist Nexus lately. <sigh> Sometimes it can seem a bit fragmented, with different groups for every interest. Please consider a group for socializing, where we talk about whatever's on our minds, Hang With Friends. :D You might feel more at home.
At 4:44pm on August 9, 2010, Ed Buckner said…
Forgive the possibly irrelevant intrusion, but I'm reading the last of the trilogy by Stieg Larsson (see below if you're not sure what I'm going on about) and I see you're from Stockholm. As I've read the first two books (English translations, that is), I've referred repeatedly to maps of Stockholm and of Sweden and, though I've never been there, started to feel as if I sort of know the city (and the rest of the nation, though less so). Despite all the murder and mayhem in the books, they somehow make Stockholm and Sweden seem even more appealing than I had earlier thought them to be--and my uninformed impressions were quite positive. Did the books (or movies--I've seen only the first one, w/ English subtitles) cause a big splash in Sweden? Are Swedes in general or you in particular amused by the attention the books are getting elsewhere these days--and are the books popular there? Please feel free to ignore this inquiry or to reply only most briefly.

Regards in any case,
Ed Buckner, president, American Atheists (in the Atlanta, GA area--SE USA)
ebuckner@atheists.org

From Wikipedia: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (original title in Swedish: Män som hatar kvinnor – "Men Who Hate Women") is an award-winning crime novel by the late Swedish author and journalist Stieg Larsson, the first in his Millennium Trilogy.
At 7:45pm on April 22, 2010, John Jubinsky said…
You're too young for that. There should be something more energetic that you enjoy.
At 6:42am on April 22, 2010, John Jubinsky said…
At my age I am mostly writing relaxation music. I like swing music and have written one jitterbug piece but for the most part I am into relaxation and even meditation genres.
At 1:01pm on February 21, 2010, John Jubinsky said…
Hi Anders! Have a very happy birthday.
At 8:22am on February 21, 2010, Chad said…
Happy Birthday!
At 6:58am on January 11, 2010, Kevin Edward Dolan said…
Thanks, Anders, for your encouragement! This sort of thing happens in every generation. My parents’ generation had Hitler to contend with. The great enemies are apathy and inactivity. The fight is only just beginning!
At 11:57am on December 27, 2009, lordmetroid said…
Hello Anders Nilsson, do I know you from somwhere else?
At 5:13pm on December 23, 2009, Dr. Terence Meaden said…
Welcome to this great site and its thousands of bright people like you who recognise religion for the superstition and giant fraud that it is,
and that gods are merely fictions filling up valuable space inside the brains of the 'faith-ful'.

Terry Meaden (another European (English); 60+) originator of the busy discussion group
"ORIGINS: Universe, Life, Earth, Humankind, Fossils, Religion, Evolution, Darwin..." with its over 240 discussion topics.

We invite you to come and see, and to make good new friends.
http://www.atheistnexus.org/group/originsuniverselifehumankindanddarwin
 
 
 

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