Ask yourself, in fifty years from now, when people look back at the atheist movement, what will be our claim to fame? To have mocked religion, or to have ushered a secular world?
Ask yourself if atheism is a tag, a box to fit in? Or it is alive? Is it evolving? And if it is, what’s the point of it? What’s the future of atheism?
Ask yourself, do you accept something as truth because it was written in a book, be it a dictionary or a sacred text? Is atheism to you ‘a lack belief in god’? What does it really mean for you?
Money can’t be the root of all evils. If God created everything, then God, not money, is the root of all evils.
Did you know the pope still have a regiment of personal guards? They look mean, and they’re recruiting on Facebook! See them here.
From agnosticism to atheism, there’s only one step, but from agnosticism to theism there’s a leap of faith. So when in doubt, go atheism.
Don’t let the Richard Dawkins of the world turn theists and atheists into bloods and crips, but let us atheists be the voice of reason.
They say if God doesn’t answer your prayers, then you’re not praying hard enough. God is a hot girl that plays hard to get.
A real friend is a friend who has a word or two with his friends with imaginary friends.
Everything with a beginning must have an end, christianity and any other religion is no different, it’s just a matter of time.
Get Diablo 3 and have faith that Blizzard will bring that old Diablo magic back!
Atheism is like the blue pill/red pill moment: knowing the truth is only the beginning of the movie, there’s still a lot of ass kicking to do.
There’s this thing out there called progressive christianity, or progressive theism, but there’s nothing progressive about editing a sacred text. It’s either sacred or it ain’t.
If you need a transcendental or spiritual experience, listen to Beach House ‘Bloom’ on NPR.
Sign the petition to end the unconstitutional National Day of Prayer here. And spread the word on your tumblr.
Beware of those claiming money doesn’t bring happiness, they are usually the same people walking through churches’ aisles with baskets asking for YOUR money.
Recognize that they are entire books on the subject of atheism, and that a ‘lack of belief in god’ is not the holy, sacred and definitive definition of atheism.
“Philosophy is questions that may never be answered. Religion is answers that may never be questioned.” - unknown