"If someone is going to assume your religious beliefs, the least I would do is tell them they're wrong. Say "I'm atheist." There's no shame in it. If you were to do the same presumptuous thing to her and assume she was…"
"This ridicule concept isn't bound to do any good. even if someone "changes camps" so-to-speak, they're not even doing it for themselves. They've essentially gone from being a Christian Sheep to an Atheist Sheep. The very…"
"I think this is a problem most atheists have (myself included). We tend to be over-analytical and dismissive (word of the day I guess). It comes through in our communication and we end up offending people that we never intended to with our cold…"
"I never considered that an insult. We're all presumptuous from time to time. It was an accurate descriptor for what I saw her doing. If that is insulting to her, then I was unaware until this moment. Admittedly, the connotation of the word is…"
"I think you need to look over the posts again. I was insulted several times before I pointed out the obvious: Maruli is a sexist, hastily insecur4, condescending, pretentious, presumptuous, and arrogant. I was insulted by her for voicing my opinion,…"
I'm a computer programmer, guitarist, and occasional artist. I'm quirky, funny to the right people, friendly, and loyal to those I care about. I'm here to meet single atheist/agnostic women. I've pretty much stopped trying to find atheist girls in the real world and figured I'm most likely to find "miss right" in a network such as AtheistNexus. If you want to know more, feel free to message me :-)See More
W Yes you are so right with making connections with religious or superstitious people, but then again most of my friends are semi-religious, I couldn't deal with anyone crazy religious or anything, but yeah it's great to meet another Michigander!
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