I'm an atheist from a city where religion plays almost no role, no one here would even blink an eye if you mentioned your atheism, I think you would elicit more response if you were to say christian or catholic. But I think about what it would be like to live say in the southern states and wonder how much my lack of belief would play a role in day to day life there.I agree with most of you on here - I'm agnostic, basically atheist when it comes to the common God everyone seems to believe. Didn't start that way though, and like others it wasn't easy to change... I live in the sort of place where if you say you are an atheist, they immediately ostracise you to death, so I keep my mouth shut, haha.
Agreed. It's okay for a man and woman of no religion to get married but a religious homosexual couple can't?In order to get a foothold and respect in some areas , it has to be pushed into the spotlight, ignorance creates fear, when its put out there to be freely examined, some of the myths and fallacies can dissolve. On a different but possibly parallel note, the current flare ups of gay bashing and homosexual discrimination is both disgusting and depressing.
What leads you to believe that? Jw.My belief is such, *something* is going on, I just haven't figured out what it quite is. To try to explain that, I'll say this- - I have had several experiences in my life that lend me to believe there is something past this world, something unseen.
I have had a life full of the unusual. Occurrences that logically do not make sense yet they happened.What leads you to believe that? Jw.