a woman. I'm a veteran. I'm disabled. I was sixteen when John
Lennon was killed. I was in utero when John Kennedy was killed.
I have several college degrees. My skin is white, my hair is dyed,
and I'm happily married. At home, I care for animals. Okay, I'm
a rat wrangler. But, I'm also an Atheist. This defines me as much
as the rest of my titles.
believe in Satan. They don't believe in the tooth fairy. In fact,
if it's a story book that is needed for creating a sense of morality,
then the book, ROOTS, by Alex Halley,
has as much importance as any other. Therefore, when people assume
Atheism somehow means "unchristlike", I'd have to agree.
However, it doesn't mean inhumane. In fact, Atheists would be
hard pressed to show signs of anything other than being the most
human they can be. Not all Atheists are argumentative, but some
are, just as some religionists are.
Here is some
of the resources used, and recommended, for the understanding
of Atheism, Humanism, and Secular thinking. Be sure to visit the
bibliography page for
some recommended readings offline.
has found some great resources available via online forums including,
but not limited to: MySpace,
Google Groups, and Yahoo
Groups. Each provides regional organizational contacts. From
youth groups, to seniors, you can find sympatico comrades in the
Atheist communities online. Be sure to Google for Freethought,
Humanist, and Atheist organizations near YOU!