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Living with a religious spouse

Love sees past many things and that includes religion. You and your significant other my love each other to the death but arguments come up about whats after death. Tell your stories here.
Sep 30, 2010
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North Carolina Atheists

A way for the Carolina folks to get in touch.
May 20, 2010
The Skeptical African replied to Jim DePaulo's discussion Digital Frankenstein in the group ORIGINS: UNIVERSE, LIFE, HUMANKIND, AND DARWIN
"Interesting discussion. In regard to your questions, I think it would not change our definition of what is a human because from the amoeba to humans all these entities or species are sentient (i.e. conscious, have a form of intellect, etc.), it…"
Jan 7, 2010
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Dec 3, 2009
The Skeptical African replied to Ralph Dumain's discussion Congrats to Jamila Bey in the group Black Freethought
"Congratulations to Jemila. It is on Youtube. Here's the link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sjgCZkcY730&feature=sub"
Oct 8, 2009
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Conversations on Race, Ethnicity, & Culture

Beliefs about race and ethnicity influence our cultures, politics, and relationships.  What is race?  What is ethnicity?  This group explores those concepts.See More
Sep 21, 2009
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Richard Dawkins

I don't think he needs a description :)
Sep 21, 2009
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American Humanist Association (Official)

The American Humanist Association advocates progressive values and equality for humanists, atheists and freethinkers in the United States. We work to promote humanism--the idea that you can be good without a god.See More
Sep 21, 2009
The Skeptical African joined Richard Haynes's group
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Life After Christian Fundamentalism

Recovering from the side effects of Christian fundamentalism is not easy.•The ongoing fear of Hell•Rejection from family members•Ongoing guilt•Loss of communityIf you can relate, join.This is not a debate group.See More
Sep 21, 2009
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Skepticality

The group for fans, and listeners of Skepticality, the official podcast of Skeptic Magazine.
Sep 21, 2009
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ORIGINS: UNIVERSE, LIFE, HUMANKIND, AND DARWIN

We debate origins of the Universe, life, Earth, humans, religion, atheism, using common sense, evolution, cosmology, geology, archaeology, and other sciences, to repel biblical creationism and other religious beliefs.
Sep 21, 2009
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Recovering from Religion

Unless you were raised by atheist parents, you probably had some recovering to do when you left religion. The purpose of RR is to provide a landing place for people when they jump from religion. With local support groups throughout the US, Canada, UK, and Australia, and real-time resources accessible to everyone, RR is where to turn when faith has lost its luster.See More
Sep 21, 2009
The Skeptical African replied to Jim Mccall's discussion NATIONAL HISTORICALLY BLACK COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES WEEK, 2009 in the group Black Freethought
"K. Reverie, I was born and raised in North Carolina. When I was in the 1st grade in a rural public school system, the first grade teacher who was a remnant of the segregated school system, (which did not end segregation until 1970 in the county I…"
Sep 21, 2009
The Skeptical African replied to Jim Mccall's discussion NATIONAL HISTORICALLY BLACK COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES WEEK, 2009 in the group Black Freethought
"As an Alumnus of a HBCU (NC A&T), I am biased, I must admit this upfront. If I had the chance, I would not hesitate to attend again. I do not see it as self-isolation but as opportunity. HBCUs are the remnant of the United States Segregationist…"
Sep 18, 2009
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Black Freethought

This is a group for ALL interested in the subject of black atheism, freethought, & humanism. "Black" pertains to all people of African descent.See More
Sep 18, 2009
The Skeptical African is now a member of Atheist Nexus
Sep 18, 2009

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At 2:42pm on May 24, 2010, John Jubinsky said…
Hi Black Socrates! Have a very happy birthday.
At 1:29pm on October 12, 2009, Tonette said…
Your welcome :o) and thank you for the add.
At 6:20am on September 22, 2009, Pansy said…
hi soc, is it ok if i call you that?..... i didn't realize until just a few years ago that gene rodenberry "hid" humanism into the show. 'course when i was a kid, all i cared about was kirk saying, beam me up, and watching him turn to dust. lol......how do you feel about living in a city called chapel hill? lol
At 2:46pm on September 21, 2009, Shutch said…
Welcome, I just joined recently too. Glad to hear that you follow Afro Netizen, Chris R. has developed a really good site.
At 12:50pm on September 21, 2009, Dr. Terence Meaden said…
Welcome to Atheist Nexus and the busy discussions group "Origins". Do visit often and participate as much as you please. Terry, of Origins.
At 10:56am on September 21, 2009, Sentient Biped said…
Thanks for adding me as your friend, and your comment about the "conversations" group. I agree, it's an important discussion, and interesting to hear points of view. Welcome to Atheist Nexus as well.

Chapel Hill is a long way from Vancouver WA. I have been there - a long time ago. It was an ingteresting place.

Looking forward to your comments, insights, experiences. Let me know if you have questions or thoughts.
At 4:10pm on September 18, 2009, A Former Member said…
Socrates, I’m not the official welcome wagon, but I do spend a lot of time on A|N, so I’ll take the liberty to welcome you and tell you a little about the site.

There are three ways to join in the conversations here. You can use the CHAT ROOM, or you can post a discussion in either the FORUM or in one of the GROUPS. The FORUM has different categories for posting discussions, and it is open to everyone here. To post a discussion or comment in a GROUP, you must first join that group.

There are over 500 groups so far, so just about any area of interest you can have will be represented. There are regional groups, groups for ex-Christians or ex-Muslims, and groups for pot smokers, bikers, singles, gamers, the LGBT community, parents, and pet lovers. Groups of common interest include: music, science, writing, politics, Chomsky, Dawkins, philosophy, morality, ethics, cinema, feminism, human rights, memetics, sexuality, history, race & culture, gardening, vegetarianism, books, beer, propaganda, Cynicism, Objectivism, news, anime, Doctor Who, free speech, the NFL, Carl Sagan, psychology, Humanism, science fiction, horror films, gun owners, Star Trek, and much more.

You are welcome to start your own group, but I might suggest that you first check to make sure that no such group for that particular interest already exists (for example, we already have four LGBT groups).

I've started nine groups here (please, no comments on my OCD), so please join any you think you might be interested in: HERCULANEUM: A PLACE FOR MEN, FOUR SCORE AND SEVEN YEARS AGO, THE KNIFE & FORK, HUMANE ATHEISTS, CONSUMER ETHICS, A TRICK OF THE EYE, ODDITORIUM, ARS POETICA, LOVERS OF SHAKESPEARE, and LINGUAPHILES & SESQUIPEDALIANS.

When commenting in a group, be sure to select FOLLOW at the bottom of the screen so that you’ll be informed of follow up comments to either the discussion, or to your comments. Also, the unspoken preference on A|N for responding to the comments of another member tend to be that you copy the text to which you are referring, paste it in your comment, italicize it, and then write your response below that. That way everyone knows to whom or what you are referring. You should also activate all links or URLs you post.

The best way to see what’s going on elsewhere on the site is to monitor the LATEST ACTIVITY feed on the right side of the screen. You’ll see new members announced and the conversations that are attracting the most attention.

Again, welcome aboard. I hope you enjoy it here, as I do.
At 3:47pm on September 18, 2009, Pansy said…
p.s., next to epictetus, socrates is my favorite philosopher
At 3:45pm on September 18, 2009, Pansy said…
welcome BC. we're practically neighbors; i;m in SC. i enjoy the same things you do(reason, critical thinking, freethinking) and am a huge reader. although i'm not a trekkie, i did watch the originals w/my dad when i was a kid. william shatner rocks.......welcome to A/N!
 
 
 

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