All Blog Posts Tagged 'Missouri' (6)

Book Review: Inhuman Bondage

Inhuman Bondage Book Review

I just finished reading Pulitzer Prize winner David Brion…

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Added by Donald R Barbera on November 30, 2012 at 10:56pm — 4 Comments

Angry Atheist Moves to Farm in Missouri

Out and proud! Brand spanking new AN member, here. I just moved from New Mexico to rural Missouri, and it's been both more and less of culture shock than I expected, in different ways. New Mexico is definitely more religious than Missouri (statistically, speaking) and heavily Catholic, while Missouri is primarily Protestant of some sort or another, from what I can tell.

But in NM, I used to wear my "Christianity Is Stupid" T-shirt openly, whenever I felt like it (y'know, from the…

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Added by Joseph Edwards VIII on June 9, 2012 at 7:30pm — 7 Comments

They Lie, They Lie, They Lie

“We voted for them because they promised less interference from government, a simplification of the tax codes and common sense legislation. They lied.” Read More: http://wp.me/pDkAX-5I

Added by David Rosman on February 16, 2011 at 11:07am — 1 Comment

Chapter Two; MY MORMON MISSION part five

When I recently visited a Church of Jesus Christ and Latter Day Saints in Ponca City, Oklahoma, this was shown not to be the case. To give a little background, before I proceed, would be helpful. While I was serving in the Army, one of my roommate’s was a Mormon from Idaho. I think our commanding Sargent thought it would be a “good” idea to put the more outspoken religious believers together to make sure they wouldn't mess with the men that wanted to go out, party and have girlfriends, while…

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Added by Thomas True on December 19, 2010 at 7:20pm — No Comments

Columbia Atheists

Just had a great time with the Columbia, MO Atheists and Greg Lammer. It looks like we may get a Recovering from Religion group started there as well. Off to Memphis next weekend.

Added by Darrel Ray on February 28, 2010 at 10:01pm — 1 Comment

First RR Picnic

We had the first Kansas City Recovering from Religion picnic with 34 in attendance. It was a booming success. People came from as far as Columbia and Missouri and Topeka, Kansas. See the RR website for photos and details. Greg Lammers, head of American Atheists of Missouri attended with his family driving all the way from Columbia.

Added by Darrel Ray on June 29, 2009 at 3:29pm — 2 Comments

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