I want to preface this by saying that I love Hemant Mehta and his totally positive attitude toward atheism. He’s truly a friendly face and not hostile at all. It’s people like him who will successfully bring more theists into the light of reality, because he’s not too busy getting their back up first. He just makes sense, and he does it smiling, and calmly. He has all the same attributes I adore in Sam Harris. As I said in this post, he’s cooler that a bike rack in Fargo in J
This is an ongoing series featuring your stories of how you came to identify as an atheist. If you want to send me your story, you can submit it here. To read past stories, click here. This first one is short and sweet and pretty much exactly the same as my own story. It comes from Mitch: I was born atheist – as, incidentally, was everyone – and nothing’s ever happened to change that.
That’s all. Here’s another quick one from Dan, I read a lot as I kid. I was indoctrinated a
Before I jump right into this hypothesis of mine, I want to make a few things clear. First, Godless Mom is not an authority on either psychology or any sort of science. If I had to pick a topic to say I am any sort of an authority on, it would be the accumulation of drool while Google image searching Alexander Skarsgård or maybe how to use the retweet button on Twitter. Something like that. I’m not an authority on anything. What follows are simply my own assumptions, which I