I'm leaving A/N because it's not the right fit for me (translation: some people are arseholes an I've got more important battles to fight and idiots to inform), but I'm not leaving the atheist internet as a whole!
You can still keep in touch with me in a shocking variety of ways. Remember when land line phone was the *only* way to reach someone? Hah! That's not even on the list, but everything else is.
I started compiling the list over the summer, and now it is finished. I have a list of 100 NEW Questions for Christians. Okay, so maybe someone has used these before. But they are not the usual questions atheists approach theists with (or respond to theists with) like the Problem of Pain or the immorality of hell (or genocide or having rape victims marry their rapists, etc.) These are new questions like, what does God think of abortion? What would Jesus do? and Are gay dolphins sinning when… Continue
Hey party people (and non-party people, too). I've got a bunch of new posts up at Angie the Anti-Theist for you to check out, comment on, and ya know, pimp around the internet :)
I regularly post new updates on my Twitter (@antitheistangie) and on my Facebook (Angie Jackson). So feel free to stalk me on the internet (within reason ya'll - I know where the restraining order office is.)
Today I'll be posing as David, asking questions on the nature of certainty and how anyone can really know anything about "god".
You are speaking live with Katie, who is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Information provided in this session is to provide assistance only and is not an official statement of the Church.
Greetings, Angie! 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.
I Actually found you through a link following spree starting from Richarddawkins.net, Lol and read your blog. I added you as a friend on here in Sept, and have been to busy to be back due to work. Anyway, Inspiring to say the least. Hope all is well.
"I've had non-fiction published: user manuals for a computer manufacturer, environment-related essays, and articles on parliamentary law. For the user manuals I found that "hopping" back to my neophyte years helped me in this genre…"
"If I am opposed to torture by my country and I discover my country tortures, it is my obligation to stand against my country and the silence that permeates the whole scene.
If a religion sanctions fear-mongering, remains silent in the face of…"
"There has been a shift in recent years., which has made it not just acceptable but also advantageous to flaunt one's atheist and/or anti-religious orientation. I can only comment on the academic side, but I think it applies to so much…"
"I've actually had 3 such books published over the years, two by major houses. The fact that I'm a science fiction/fantasy writer helps sugar-coat the offensiveness, since what I write obviously isn't intended to be…"
"Arni F Sigurdsson: My novel "The Holy Family" has a Catholic-to-atheist theme and could potentially offend some readers. Thus far, Christians I know who have read it have found its tone respectful and its critique fair. My narrator…"
"Hi Arni. There is my "The Master of God's Domain" in which a doctor feels persecuted by God and manages to kill him off in a way. I found it difficult to get published. One agent said that she hoped I wouldn't get published until…"
"Clearly a lot of people on here have written books on God, monotheism, or something else theoretical, but I would be very interested in the fiction that the people on here have written - presumably work that for whatever reason could be considered…"