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    To start Sweet May approved this Club to come back.

    In it we'll discuss the life of be an Atheist, Agnostic, anything between and beyond it, and the stuff we face in our life we of being one in modern times, and stuff as past times, and how life is changing for our people.

    We'll also talk about religion in as much of a respectful way as we can, but we are. only human and will make mistakes.

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    Hi! I'm an agnostic atheist, and I would like to join.
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    Welcome to the club

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    Hello! May I join? I'm not really an agnostic atheist, nor an agnostic theist. More of an agnostic agnostic? If that makes sense...
    I'm kinda open minded about both sides, ut I can't ring myself to have a definitive answer on which one is right or wrong ahah

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    Yes you may, and welcome

    Let's try a topic

    What's your religious background if any; and how did you get to where you are today with what you believe?

    For me, I grew up in a Mormon household, but we were never really forced to go to Church, but a majority of the neighbors went over the top with it, as were some of my other family like aunts and uncles. At one point I stopped going altogether, and stayed home. At one point my brother-n-law's sister and her husband rented out our mother-in-law apartment and he was put in charge of the age group for people my age so I started going again, for a couple of years, but stuff I did was met with some people freaking out, like how I supported same sex marriage, then in 2005 I joined here, and got to see different viewpoints, and started to talk with some of the Athirst members, and instead of you should join its the right away, I got support and was told to look at things and really think about it. So, I took a while and looked at storied in the Bible that didn't match up, and science things, and how we treat people who say god talks to them nowadays, and realized I felt better being an Atheist than anything else, and slowly over the last ten years, I've pout more agreements together for it and seen more support and ways to make me feel that way.

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    What do you know, I'm actually in a real-life club dedicated to exactly this - we're mostly atheists and agnostics, and have lots of discussions on religion and its role in society, and how religion should or should not mix with politics. I think I could contribute some of the things discussed in that club to this club...

    I'm definitely a theist, but might be on the agnostic side as well, for I also think it's perfectly okay to believe that there is no God. And yet, I know that at least to me, God exists. Like many atheists I know, I have seen problems with society related to religion (i.e. holy wars and restricting people's rights for religious reasons). However, I blame this not so much on the practices of the religion itself, but more on a group of fanatics of that religion who are making their religion look bad. I believe that religion can be a very positive experience for people, but that it should not be used to control people or as an excuse for causing violence or other harmful acts, and that nobody should be forced into it.

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    What's your religious background if any; and how did you get to where you are today with what you believe?

    For me, I grew up in a Mormon household, but we were never really forced to go to Church, but a majority of the neighbors went over the top with it, as were some of my other family like aunts and uncles. At one point I stopped going altogether, and stayed home. At one point my brother-n-law's sister and her husband rented out our mother-in-law apartment and he was put in charge of the age group for people my age so I started going again, for a couple of years, but stuff I did was met with some people freaking out, like how I supported same sex marriage, then in 2005 I joined here, and got to see different viewpoints, and started to talk with some of the Athirst members, and instead of you should join its the right away, I got support and was told to look at things and really think about it. So, I took a while and looked at storied in the Bible that didn't match up, and science things, and how we treat people who say god talks to them nowadays, and realized I felt better being an Atheist than anything else, and slowly over the last ten years, I've pout more agreements together for it and seen more support and ways to make me feel that way.
    Ah, I'm glad you brought up that topic! It certainly is an interesting one. That story, particularly about the Bible inconsistencies, was reported quite a bit with other atheists I've talked to. When things just don't logically match up in a holy book, it's easy to question the credibility of that book at that point. I've seen holy books as essentially books of fables and philosophical talks, so some of the details could be taken with a grain of salt. That's not to say the books don't inspire people and give good advice, though, because they most definitely do.

    I might as well contribute to the topic while I'm at it... I myself am Wiccan, which is a rather loose religion based on various pagan traditions, and often associated with witchcraft. So it's not surprising that I'm a bit wary of the problems with religion in society, given how many of those other religions were ridiculed during the Dark Ages. I was introduced to it by my mom, who was attracted to the religion for its ties to goddess worship, since she's a feminist. Back then though, I was more atheistic, not being spiritual at all and certainly not believing in God. I attended a couple of rituals and other gatherings with my mom, but was indifferent to it all. At the time, I was also attending a church that focused not on one specific religion, but on the common themes across all religions, and the morality behind many different faiths. That probably had a lot of influence on my openness to different faiths - and besides, Wicca kind of encourages respect for other faiths.

    But as I got older, I just naturally became more spiritual in nature (probably was in my genes or something - there have in fact been findings of a "God gene", where those who have it are more likely to believe in a higher power). I became quite active in the aforementioned church, liking the emphasis on morality and incorporation of spiritual practices like meditation and the singing of hymn-like songs or chants. At one point, I even attended a Christian church (which my mom was not too pleased about), but I didn't mind that specific one because it focused more on the morality of religion rather than encouraging everyone to firmly adhere to the Bible. I guess all this allowed me to see the positive aspects of religion and understand how it can help people without harming non-believers. Meanwhile, as far as Wicca is concerned, I became more of a solitary practitioner, though I occasionally found a pagan community group who got together on occasion.

    ...And I'm just rambling on and on. Needless to say, I am pretty excited about this club.

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    Welcome to the club/family Kiruria.

    I'm glad you shared all that with us. Sounds like you'll have a lot of personal insight to offer us when it comes to discussions.

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    Hello! I am a gnostic atheist and would like to join this club.

    Personally, I have never been religious. Of course we were taught about it in RE at school (so basic and boring) and we still celebrated the Christian holidays, but with little to no reference to that baby called Jesus. As such, I as a child was an agnostic atheist for the longest time. I didn't or couldn't decide that a God or Gods may or may not exist. However, as I entered my teenage years I realised that a being that is supposed to be omnipotent and omni-benevolent would have to be able to stop evil and yet does nothing about it. (inconsistent triad for you there) People still fight wars and murder and rape and so on and so forth. I couldn't accept that a God would not stop his creations from suffering if he was as I mentioned before. (and don't give me any of that God's plan and free will nonsense) I'm also a man of science. I do not believe in things that we don not have proof for. (except certain theoretical physics) I don't like the idea of it all being created by a God (apparently calculated to be 4000 years ago) when there is a perfectly logical scientific reasoning. The final nail in the coffin was when I started Philosophy at High School. We looked more in-depth at the bible and the many faults and flaws with God and the Bible. We looked at arguments for and against God's existence and the different interpretations of the Bible and God's teachings. I could no longer in good faith even consider the notion of a god with there being so many flaws with the Bible and a God themselves.

    I will stress however that I do not condemn those who do believe. I will not force upon them my beliefs, or lack thereof, and will be fine as long as they don't force their religion upon me. (I'm looking at you Jehovah's witnesses)

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    Personally, I come from a religious household. I grew up in asia, so my parents were rather weary of where we were. As such, I had to attend church every Sunday until I was 9. Then, due to circumstance, I had to move in with my grandmother, who is a somewhat conservative Christian, so I went to church every Sunday until I was 13 when I finally stopped as we moved out of her house and into our own. nowadays, My mother is a Church of England priest, and, ironically, it was when she was training when my faith started to fade and I left Christianity.
    For a very long time, I lingered in the agnostic theist/very very liberal Christian group (the kind where they treat the bible, especially Genesis, as a metaphor rather than something that is absolute truth.) And I even toyed with the ideas of going into another religious group, such as Judaism, Hinduism (As I spent part of my life in a Hindu country I already had some idea as to what the religion entailed before I started my research) and Buddhism. After that, I decided that I didn't like the idea of being held back by the restraints and rules and radicalism perpetuated by religion, no matter which, and I stayed as an agnostic theist.
    As I've grown older, I've started to look at things more logically, and I've come to the conclusion that both sides are entirely possible, even a mix of the two. So that's how I came to e in the complete middle really. I don't think it's plausible, logically speaking, and for me at least, to leave everything and anything down to only one side. My Mum's still a priest, and she still thinks I'm a devout Christian, despite the fact that I haven't een to church for the past year or so. because my house is so deep into the faith, I keep my mouth shut about being agnostic ahahaha I hope that's not too complicated.
    And like Kiruria, I'm rather excited about this club too. I'm sure we'll have some interesting chats \(^0^)/

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    Hiya, I'm an Agnostic Theist and I wouldn't mind joining.

    I was raised, and am still currently growing up in a Christian household. My parents support all the beliefs of this religion, however my family has never gone to church or anything of the sort. My parents have an odd attitude about most things as they are very conservative people (I believe the American counterpart is Republican? I'm not sure how your political standpoints work.) The issue with this is they oppose a lot of things I believe in, like gay-rights and my acceptance for all types of people and other religions. Due to what they pushed on me (Including the jokes about disowning me because I'm a liberal and threatening me with bible camp to learn good morals.), and the fact that I can't support the ideals my parents support. (My mom always likes to say love is only between a man and women, which really bothers me).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darato View Post
    What's your religious background if any; and how did you get to where you are today with what you believe?
    I was raised Christian, but I had seeds of doubt since age three. This escalated until one night, when I was eight years old, I realized that there are dozens of confidant religions in the world and my religion was just a product of where I grew up, and I stopped believing in god. My unbelief went a secret for five years, until I was 13. I read the God Delusion by sheer chance, and found that rather coincidentally, the arguments I made to myself from when I was three to eight years old were almost identical to the arguments Professor Richard Dawkins uses in his book. From then on, I began calling myself an atheist, as that was when I found out that there was a word for that.
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    I'd like to join!!! \(^-^\)

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    I wouldn't mind joining. I can't say if I'll be super active but if I pop in during a topic that interests me I might post. ^^; I'd describe myself as agnostic atheist - in that I don't believe God exists in any form but I accept that I or nobody else can say for sure and don't believe we should spend our lives dwelling on it regardless. Sometimes I kind of wish I could believe in a deity and have that sort of faith and especially a hope for an afterlife but especially because I was raised without religion... it just doesn't make logical sense at all to me and I really don't think it ever will.

    My parents are non-religious and haven't tried to sway my brother or I in any direction. My brother is agnostic-theist. I was actually baptized Anglican though because my Godfather was coincidentally a priest so my parents did it for them lol because they didn't really care and neither do I. xD I'm glad they did though, because as a child I had a lot of really religious friends and looking back they would have thought it was really weird that I was never baptized. But I haven't been in a church since.

    An interesting fact my father discovered recently was that my great-great-grandfather in 1930 put on his census under the "religion" section that he was a "free-thinker". I think it was pretty unusual back then to be non-religious so I think that's really cool!!


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    Welcome to all our new family members

    Seems everyone of you has a good story of how how you got to where you are today, and didn't just go with Atheist, cause it sounds cool like a lot of people go with. Personally I think that helps our club and people as a whole be taken more serious, than we could be.

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    Thanks for the warm wlecome. Soooooo to the topic:
    What's your religious background if any; and how did you get to where you are today with what you believe?

    I actually was enrolled in a private Catholic school from Pre-K to 2nd grade even though my Dad is a gnostic atheist. Being there led to me believing in god and trying to be a perfect little kid who never sinned. One day I was praying before a meal at home and my dad just looked at me and said "What are you doing?" That's when he told me that he was an atheist and stuff. Once the idea that there isn't necessarily a god or gods entered my mind I ended up becoming an atheist too.

    Today i am a proud atheist. In Elementary and Middle School classmates were really against atheists; they thought of them as horrible sinners and bizarre people so I never really spoke about what I believed. Nowadays I ignore that crap and openly express my opinions. Even though most of my friends are religious they are accepting of my belief (or lack thereof) and I accept that they believe in god.
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    This group looks pretty interesting. if i may, i'd like to join as an Agnostic Atheist.
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    ^ welcome

    So new topic

    If over the next 20 years or so religion disappeared, how do you think the world will be?

    Personally, I think for the most part wouldn't have a huge impact. They'd be a few with some of the things religions do, like charity events and things like that, but a few of them like the LDS church for example only helps you if your part of them. There's also the people who only don't do things like kill and stuff because they fear God, but I don't think that would have too much of an inpact because a lot more people kill in the name of God. People who get work within the church would also have trouble, but just no more than if companies go out of business.

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    Well, religion isn't going to disappear in 20 years (I don't think it will ever completely disappear), but it's definitely on a downward trend and I'm sure in 20 years the percentage of Christians at least will be down significantly. But what if it did? Hmm.. even as a non-religious person I find it difficult to imagine a world where nobody has religious beliefs and therefore everybody has the same religious belief. There wouldn't be those crazy religious extremists... my university's church would stop e-mailing me twice a day... I'd imagine people would have a lot more time to dedicate to things besides worship - and I think that Sunday preach or whatever it is Christians do on Sundays is great for socialization and feeling like a part of a community, but I have to wonder... what if that was gone? Shouldn't we be able to come up with an even bigger community event that allows everybody to take part? ...Or would we lose that part of religion (the most beneficial part of religion, imo) forever and grow more distant from each other?

    On a somewhat related note, this is a great video for demonstrating how much of an impact Christianity unknowingly has on America and how alienating that can be for somebody who isn't Christian. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wguAQHWVcZY


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    Quote Originally Posted by Darato View Post
    ^ welcome

    So new topic

    If over the next 20 years or so religion disappeared, how do you think the world will be?

    Personally, I think for the most part wouldn't have a huge impact. They'd be a few with some of the things religions do, like charity events and things like that, but a few of them like the LDS church for example only helps you if your part of them. There's also the people who only don't do things like kill and stuff because they fear God, but I don't think that would have too much of an inpact because a lot more people kill in the name of God. People who get work within the church would also have trouble, but just no more than if companies go out of business.

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    perhaps church based aide organizations and missionary groups in third world countries would be severed, so that could be a problem especially to impoverished people, but i suppose you were talking on a more ideological level. if that is the case, and all religion was forgotten somehow, a great deal of social issues that were tied to religion would be cleared up. certainly political gridlock associated with religion would be eased, which in a country two party country like the U.S is definitely good thing. and in regard to the aide organizations, i'm sure there's more secular groups that can bring education and assistance to countries in need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darato View Post
    ^ welcome

    So new topic

    If over the next 20 years or so religion disappeared, how do you think the world will be?

    Personally, I think for the most part wouldn't have a huge impact. They'd be a few with some of the things religions do, like charity events and things like that, but a few of them like the LDS church for example only helps you if your part of them. There's also the people who only don't do things like kill and stuff because they fear God, but I don't think that would have too much of an inpact because a lot more people kill in the name of God. People who get work within the church would also have trouble, but just no more than if companies go out of business.

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    So this is all religions? Well then we would have less religious extremists. No fighting, because people worship God(s) differently. (man no religions would have saved a lot of people throughout history: the Jewish in WW2, Christians during the early reign of the Romans, many people during the crusades.) It would also be interesting to see how certain fields would advance. Currently, religions thrown upon some scientific experiments, but would that mean scientists could continue and advance quicker in these fields? Stem cell research, cloning, would all be able to carry on with less negativity towards them. (I acknowledge that religious people aren't the only people who disapprove)

    What would those dedicated to religion do? Those who found religion to be the only comfort in life. If everyone else had turned their backs on relgions would they do the same? Would they lose their purpose? Similarly, would people who otherwise would be saved by religion (I know of a dead beat alcoholic who got over it thanks to picking up a bible) not find a better path? As much as relgion isn't anything big for me, it is for many other people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fitzy909 View Post
    So this is all religions? Well then we would have less religious extremists. No fighting, because people worship God(s) differently. (man no religions would have saved a lot of people throughout history: the Jewish in WW2, Christians during the early reign of the Romans, many people during the crusades.) It would also be interesting to see how certain fields would advance. Currently, religions thrown upon some scientific experiments, but would that mean scientists could continue and advance quicker in these fields? Stem cell research, cloning, would all be able to carry on with less negativity towards them. (I acknowledge that religious people aren't the only people who disapprove)

    What would those dedicated to religion do? Those who found religion to be the only comfort in life. If everyone else had turned their backs on religions would they do the same? Would they lose their purpose? Similarly, would people who otherwise would be saved by religion (I know of a dead beat alcoholic who got over it thanks to picking up a bible) not find a better path? As much as religion isn't anything big for me, it is for many other people.
    another hypothetical point to investigate would be the question of if religion would stay forgotten permanently in a situation like this (of course if the original hypothetical states that religion is gone permanently, then the question is invalidated) or would smaller religions or cults crop up in areas that do not have access to the latest scientific knowledge or people that simply refuse to accept the fact that the main branch or sect of thier religion no longer exists.
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    I like all the points you all brought up. Nice seeing the different view points.


    Something else that's been on my mind, but not really a topic, how does religion effect where you live?

    Like here in Utah cause we have a high LDS (Mormon) population here we have them adding things to different things. Like we can't sale liquor in stores, restaurants that serve liquor need to have a blocker so it isn't seen, when same sex marriage was trying to become a thing here, the church kept putting out there view point son it in the news and why we can't have it. Just to name a few things

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    Hmm to address the topic, I think the world is at a point where religion is no longer necessary. Religious institutions already served their purpose to society. In the past European abbeys and churches were centers of knowledge where the monks were basically the only educated people who could read and write. They collected knowledge and advanced science.

    In the modern world religion hinders society and scientific discovery with religious organizations lobbying against things such as stem cell research, gay marriage & gay rights and cloning* simply because it conflicts with their theology. If religion were to disappear humans would not be able to base their morals on religion so there may be a period of time in which the world is chaotic. However I think it would benefit humanity in the long run with society being more inclusive and people having morals based on their own character and not on a religious doctrine.

    And about how religion affects where you live, I'm from NJ (USA) and it doesn't have too much of an affect. There is religion ofcourse but it doesn't have a strong impact like being in a Mormon area.

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    Well were i live currently isn't all that affected (Duluth MN), but i used to live in south carolina, and let me say for the record that in small cities/medium sized towns there are practically churches on every corner. not only that, but there is very low religious diversity where i live.
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    Nice to hear about the difference.

    Funny to see how even when there is supposed to be a separation of church and state it doesn't work out that way, for one reason or another at times.

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