what would you recommend? I saw "friends of God" but really I didn't think it was a very good documentary. I don't think it was well done to be frank. Enemies of Reason is always a fun one from Dawkins.
THAT was terrifying. Can't stop watching it, though.
There was a documentary that I saw (though really aimed at Christians) called "For the Bible Tells Me So" about mistranslations on the few parts of the bible that speak against homosexuality. It's worth a viewing or two.
well, keep in mind that we're the love children of Darwin and the Antichrist, so of course we deserve such treatment, especially in America where we have no rights as citizens. :P
I have, luckily, found 1 cashier who was actually beaming from ear to ear about my book selection the next week (in a way it made me sad, i was looking to have a little fun with it) and said that she loved the books i picked out. Leads me to think she might be one of the few. :)
LoL it's a favorite past time. When i bought it I also picked up a cute book called "How to be a good atheist", "the atheist bible" and a few hitchens books, along with unweaving the rainbow. Saleswoman wouldn't even look me in the eye. To get a reaction out of her I asked her to tell me which books she had just bagged. Not very nice, but then again, she should have made eye contact >:)
Friendly's blog is a good one, I don't usually have a lot of time for the computer (unfortunately), but Revolution's on my iGoogle, so it's easier. Have you read "I Sold My Soul on eBay"? Fantastic read, lots of fun. :)
I find sitting at a starbucks outside with a big shiney Dawkins book satisfying in that sort of environment. :)
Hey, south is now what describes where I am
I am far enough south from the south that I don't count as living in the south. Just not much proselytizing in my neck of the woods.
Heck, even the jehovas know not to knock on my dor.
Now you, are in the deep south and have my sympathies.
Thanks! Glad to see someone else on here...I'm one of few from the south in here (for now). How did you find A. Nexus? I found out through Atheist Revolution, a favorite site of mine. Good show, love the blog. :)
I really appreciate your work. There's always been sort of a Super Massive Black Hole of Emptiness in my life for being different, but the honest truth is, I wouldn't be truly happy blindly accepting religion.
You are right. Utah is a beautiful place, and honestly as individuals most Mormons are probably some of the nicest and most helpful people I have ever met. It's the church and their goals I am not too fond of.
I would like to visit Mississippi someday. Although there are probably some towns in the deep south that my husband and I might have a hard time traveling to together.
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