Questions Atheists Are Sick & Tired of Fucking Answering

  1. Where do you get your morals from?
    • I get my morals from common fucking sense. I don’t need a book to tell me to not kill, rape, or steal. Why do you?
  2. What do atheists hate god?
    • Why don’t you understand the true definition of “atheist”? Go and look up misotheism and get back to me.
  3. What happened to you where you’re so mad at god?
    • I don’t know how anyone can be mad at something they don’t believe to exist.
  4. Why are you always bashing a god you don’t believe in?
    • Why can’t gays get married? Why are you trying to tell me what to do with my fetuses? Why can’t atheists take office in 7 States? Why are you convinced that this is a Christian nation?
  5. Why does god answer all of MY prayers if he isn’t real?
    • What makes you so special that your prayers are being answered in the first place? Those that REALLY need him don’t get their prayers answered.
  6. How are you black and not a Christian?
    • How are you a woman and a Christian? Blacks should be the last people who are religious. Just because the mass majority are religious, doesn’t mean I have to be. I’m awake, they aren’t.
  7. Do you have evidence of god‘s nonexistence?
    • Do you have evidence of god’s existence? I mean, telling me to look around and see for myself is an opinion, not a fact. Telling me that he woke me up this morning is fucked up. Handing me a bible isn’t evidence either.
  8. How can you raise your children to have morals if you don’t have any?
    • See question #1.
  9. Do you worship Satan?
    • You’re the one with the god hanging off your tit. Wouldn’t it be you that worships Satan? Seeing as when something awful happens, it’s the “Devils work?” Hmm?
  10. Do you think murder is wrong?
    • Why yes, yes the fuck I do. What in the hell does that have to do with atheism? Your god is totally okay with murder. Why not pray and ask him if he think murder is wrong.
  11. How do you explain near death experiences?
    • It could be the afterlife, as many people who have come close to dying have asserted. But a new study says it might well be a show created by the brain, which is still very much alive. When the heart stops, neurons in the brain appeared to communicate at an even higher level than normal, perhaps setting off the last picture show, packed with special effects.“A lot of people believed that what they saw was heaven,” said lead researcher and neurologist Jimo Borjigin. “Science hadn’t given them a convincing alternative.” Scientists from the University of Michigan recorded electroencephalogram (EEG) signals in nine anesthetized rats after inducing cardiac arrest. Within the first 30 seconds after the heart had stopped, all the mammals displayed a surge of highly synchronized brain activity that had features associated with consciousness and visual activation. The burst of electrical patterns even exceeded levels seen during a normal, awake state. In other words, they may have been having the rodent version of a near-death experience. [Source]Science. That’s how.
  12. Who named all the animals?
    • It is stated that Adam named all the animals in one fucking day; day 6. [See Genesis] God brought all the animals to Adam to name. That in itself is ridiculous. Where’s the record of all these animals that were named? How come there are thousands of species still being found out for the first time? Where’s Adam to name em’? What’s even more funny, if you read the bible – Genesis at least – there would be no need to ask us this question.
  13. Don’t you want to go to heaven?
    • No.
  14. Why do you eat babies?
    • Now, if we were really going around eating babies, wouldn’t there be a national investigation going on? Do you think before asking me these dumb ass questions?
  15. How did something come from nothing?
    • How did god come from nothing?
  16. Why can’t [you people] leave us religious people alone?
    • I’ll do that when religion stop trying to impose their bullshit on everyone. Starting with ‘The Pledge of Allegiance‘ and ‘In god we trust‘. Then after that, when idiots stop carving concrete slabs of the 10 Commandments and sticking them every fucking where. After that, when people stop having to ‘swear on the bible’.
  17. Why don’t you have faith?
    • b (1) : fidelity to one’s promises (2) : sincerity of intentions 2 a (1) : belief and trust in and loyalty to God (2) : belief in the traditional doctrines of a religion b (1) : firm belief in something for which there is no proof (2) : complete trust 3 : something that is believed especially with strong conviction; especially : a system of religious beliefs : without question [Source]
  18. What will you do when the rapture comes?
    • If that day come, I’ll have a lot of questions to ask your absent god.
  19. Why do atheists celebrate Christmas?
    • Who doesn’t like presents? Also, if your god was real, he would have been born in the spring, not December 25th. Your holiday is Pagan. Why do YOU celebrate Christmas?
  20. Do you even know our lord?
    • That’s the main reason I’m an atheist, so yes. I know him/it better than you do.
  21. How did you wake up this morning if god didn’t exist?
    1. My alarm clock/biological clock/son. If god is waking me up before I’m ready to wake up then your god’s a dick. If your god was real, he could allow me to stay asleep; with all the other atheists as well.
  22. Do you believe in sin?
    • Yep. The same way I don’t believe in the Easter Bunny.
  23. Did you know that Jesus died on the cross for you?
    • Yea, he didn’t stay dead though. Dude got up after 2 in a half days. How in the fuck is that a sacrifice?
  24. So who created the world then?
    • The bible dates are 2000 years tops. There are steadily finding proof that the world is much much older. If I had to make a gamble, I’d believe that it wasn’t your bastardized religions god didn’t create it. [Source]
  25. Who do you answer to you when you want something?
    • Um, what?!

 

God: Thousands died in that typhoon, but you know who’s okay?

God: Thousands died in that typhoon, but you know who’s okay?

The standards of what qualifies as a miracle have really gone down. Now if that statue came to life, put its carpenter skills to work by building some new houses, and magically fed everyone with a few fish, I’d be really impressed.

Ask the statue for some relief funds and see if he’ll answer.

I would rather be awed by nature’s destructive potential, or stand at the base of some bedraggled, lone-surviving coconut palm and be in awe as well of nature’s resilience.

Maybe we should build houses in the shape of Jesus so it will always be left standing.

If you really believe this is real, then you believe god cared more about a statue of himself than all of those people’s lives. Good job!

So many people sending prayers and messages of “god bless” to the people in the Philippines, but surely if you subscribe to their logic and beliefs it was God who sent the storm to mash up their country in the first place. this is cognitive dissonance, when one person holds conflicting beliefs or opinions. Ex: God is good, yet an act of God kills thousands.

My Family Hates Me Because I’m An Atheist

Which I could give two shits about.

The problem I have with them having so much hatred towards me because of it, is because they’re trying to shut me up and keep me quiet. They’re calling family members, discussing my atheism among themselves, but they can’t pick up that same fucking phone and call me. Pure cowardice if you ask me.

I didn’t come out as an atheist because I hate god. I didn’t come out because my prayers weren’t answered. I didn’t come out as an atheist out of spite towards my family. I came out as an atheist because I was sick and tired of lying to myself and people around me who I truly am inside.

It’s not like I had much to lose when I did. My family is the epitome of ‘dysfunctional’ and it’s been that way long before I was thought of.

It wasn’t as hard as I thought it would be when I finally came out. My family was mad, my cousins disowned me, my little brother hates me, but I came out of it pretty much unscathed. A lot of Black atheists can’t say the same I’m sure. It’s the social idealism that all black people are religious. Who could blame them? It’s like every race besides blacks know that the very bible they make gospel videos about on BET is the very same bible used to enslave their ancestors. They hate it when I bring up that fact.

According to a Pew poll, black Americans are more likely than members of any other racial or ethnic group in the country to report a formal religious affiliation. And even among those who didn’t select a particular religion in that survey, three out of four identified as “religious unaffiliated” (meaning they didn’t choose a denomination but said religion was either somewhat or very important in their lives). That’s compared with slightly more than one-third of the unaffiliated population overall. -Pew Poll

It’s like they cover their ears while singing “La-la-la, I can’t hear you!”

Black women are the single most religious demographic in the country. - Journalist Jamila Bey

For awhile, I was like that to myself. I was telling myself that me being an atheist won’t do me any favors. It was when I got sick and fucking tired of people assuming that I was a christian all because I was black. So I simply start telling people that everyone isn’t a Christian, so don’t be so closed-minded. They were shocked, of course. A black woman that’s an atheist? They almost hurled shoes at me at one point. It wasn’t going to change who I am.

The fact that I’m a black atheist woman is a shock to most people in my atheist social group. Again, it’s that social idealism that people have of black people. Then there’s BET with their gospel shows that air every fucking Sunday and sometimes throughout the week; especially if it’s the gospel awards. It also doesn’t help that Tyler Perry isn’t making it any better. He’s the poster child for Christianity massaging in the black community. I can’t think of one of his works where god wasn’t heavily sprinkled all over it.

So add that and that America is a predominantly Christian country and you have what I call ‘A Brainwashed Nation’.

“We’re everywhere.There are a whole lot of us who are not going to nod and amen our way through things. So many of us are putting an end to that unfortunate practice. Everyone’s soon going to know us.” -Jamila Bey

I didn’t come out sooner than I did because then, I was a child. Then, I was afraid of getting my ass beat and then ousted from the family for good. I felt no matter how hard I try to get my family’s approval, them knowing I didn’t believe the same thing they did, it wouldn’t have been enough for them.

So, now that I’m out and beating my chest and baring my teeth; showing aggression against anyone who wants to shut me up, I’ll be damned if I turn around and be quieted down because a few family members hate that I’m an outspoken atheist. I’m not going to shut up for them. They didn’t show me the same respect when they were still trying to shove that religious shit down my throat after they found out, so fuck them.

Any black atheists out there that haven’t come out, yet. Please know that you’re not cowards, but don’t be afraid to stand firm. When you do decide to come out to whomever is in your life, know that there are groups and pages like mine that are willing to support you the best way we can. When you come out, you do this not just for yourself. You do it for the entire community. Your courage will give other atheists courage. Christians are bullies and I can say that with experience.

To my cousin Louis Clark who is the one who was on the phone with my grandmother a couple of days ago expressing his distaste of my atheism to my grandmother. If you happen to come across this blog, I would like to say, FUCK YOU very much. I’m not kissing you or anyone else’s ass because you’re butt-hurt about my life-choices. The only reason you even called my grandmother is because you feel threatened and you’re unsure about your beliefs. Running to my grandmother makes you a coward and I have no room for them in my life. So you can stay where you are; in Florida with wife #3. The bible has something in there about that, but I’m sure you didn’t know that.

It is a shame that so many black Americans are shackled with the religion that was imposed onto black slaves by their christian masters. The Bible taught that slavery was good and that slaves should obey their masters and that rewards would come in the (mythical) next life. Completing the emancipation process should include outgrowing the chains of Christianity and instead embracing freedom and reality.

“Ure a fake atheist”, “atheism is just a conspiracy to the nwo”

I received this email yesterday from a disgruntled idiot. I wouldn’t try and send the idiot a message, the email is fake. I don’t know what WordPress is doing about this, but the contact feature needs work.
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The contact feature needs work because people who send this kind of racist crap will think twice about it, seeing as it will be their real email.

I’m still trying to figure out what a fake atheist is. The other garbage about Obamacare, the NWO, welfare and food stamps is just what it is…garbage. It’s laughable nonetheless.

It’s hard to call this guy a troll because of how asinine this message is. How can you tell the difference between a troll and someone that truly believes the things he use his keyboard to say? I’ve come across a lot of trolls and I don’t think he is one.

Update to the “Reddit users”: Listen, it’s not that I cannot handle the “interwebs”. I only posted it because of how idiotic the message was. That’s it. If anyone is taking the screencap seriously, I would have to say it’s you guys. So, read the message, have a chuckle with me.

Just wanted to clear that up. Also, I’m a lady.

 

A perfect recipe for tears.

Lee:

This is a great post. If you have a chance, take time and watch the vid.

Originally posted on Atheist One:

This entry comes with a warning. The video you are about to watch is extremely painful to see and especially to hear. When you are finished, the question I will ask you is, why?

I found this video being promoted on social network sites as a tribute to the fallen of September 11th. I saw hoards of people sobbing and wailing in anger. What I did not see is anyone answering the question, “Why did you post this?!”. The only fragment of an answer I could find to that question was, “We must never forget that day.” So, I will ask all of you, have you forgotten September 11th, 2001? Why?

If you answered that question with, no, you are lying. You are lying not only to me but to yourself. There have been many days over the past 12 years that September 11th and the victims of that day…

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God Loves All His Children!: O’RLY?!

Exhibit A: The Lie bnh

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Exhibit B: The Truth

Hosea 13:16

The people of Samaria must bear their guilt, because they have rebelled against their God. They will fall by the sword; their little ones will be dashed to the ground, their pregnant women ripped open.

Deuteronomy 21:18-21

18 If someone has a stubborn and rebellious son who does not obey his father and mother and will not listen to them when they discipline him, 19 his father and mother shall take hold of him and bring him to the elders at the gate of his town. 20 They shall say to the elders, “This son of ours is stubborn and rebellious. He will not obey us. He is a glutton and a drunkard.” 21 Then all the men of his town are to stone him to death. You must purge the evil from among you. All Israel will hear of it and be afraid.

2 Kings 2:23,24

23 From there Elisha went up to Bethel. As he was walking along the road, some boys came out of the town and jeered at him. “Get out of here, baldy!” they said. “Get out of here, baldy!” 24 He turned around, looked at them and called down a curse on them in the name of the Lord. Then two bears came out of the woods and mauled forty-two of the boys.

Exodus 12:29,30

29 At midnight the Lord struck down all the firstborn in Egypt, from the firstborn of Pharaoh, who sat on the throne, to the firstborn of the prisoner, who was in the dungeon, and the firstborn of all the livestock as well. 30 Pharaoh and all his officials and all the Egyptians got up during the night, and there was loud wailing in Egypt, for there was not a house without someone dead.

Leviticus 26:27-29

27 “‘If in spite of this you still do not listen to me but continue to be hostile toward me, 28 then in my anger I will be hostile toward you, and I myself will punish you for your sins seven times over. 29 You will eat the flesh of your sons and the flesh of your daughters.

Ezekiel 9:5,6

5 As I listened, he said to the others, “Follow him through the city and kill, without showing pity or compassion. 6 Slaughter the old men, the young men and women, the mothers and children, but do not touch anyone who has the mark. Begin at my sanctuary.” So they began with the old men who were in front of the temple.

So, about that love god has for his children of earth…

Mr. Fletcher…

Disclaimer: Don’t feel special. This blog took no time at all. I can type over 95 words per minute so typing this is no big deal to me.

I feel that there are some things that need to be said. Especially about your hilarious attempts at trying to figure out who I am, how my childhood was like and why I avoided your ass-backwards, lop-sided argument(s); if it can even be called that.

Let me start off by saying, I’m not hiding. I don’t owe you or anyone else an explanation about who I am. What you were going on and on about on Black Atheists and who I am have nothing to do with each other.

Your blind jabs at who I am was cute, very fucking cute. Wrong, but cute. I’m an introvert and couldn’t have cared less about being popular in school. Them motherfuckers were afraid to talk to me; including the staff. Moving on…

I’m still trying to figure out how debating on an atheist page about our lack in a deity and who I am correlates with each other. I was joking, but do you really have a crush on me? I mean at this point, I don’t even think you care if I’m male or female. That’s cool and all but, I’m taken.

I also want to know how were you going to answer those questions without using the bible. I mean, would you even be able to do that? I have yet to find someone who can give me facts or any kind of proof without referring back to the bible. That’s not the proof, that’s the claim. You used the word “theory” a lot in your statements. Theories are never a bad thing. Gravity is a theory.

Theory – an explanation for something backed by evidence that can be used to make accurate predictions.

Did you also know that we are never ever touching anything?

We are actually not touching anything and we never have. The bunched atoms that we are made of have an electromagnetic field, Like magnets they also can repel each other. On a microscopic level, quantum mechanics tells us that there is actually a very thin space between every thing we believe to be ‘touching’. So in reality, what we ‘feel’ is the repellent of the two (or more) electromagnetic fields that come from the atoms itself.

Your science lesson for the day.

Okay, moving on…

Extraordinary claims requires extraordinary evidence. Which means it’s not on us to prove the existence of god (or gods) you believe in. Atheists didn’t write the bible. It’s not us who believe in deities. It is you and other people of religious faiths who do. So it’s up to YOU to prove that it exist. “Can you prove that it doesn’t exist?” My response to that is, can you? There’s a positive and a negative to everything. We’re atheists because of religion, not the other way around.

There was something you said that made me come to a realization that debating with you would be like talking to a brick wall:

Yea, I guess all the messes humans get ourselves in it’s always God‘s responsibility to get us out right. Everyone need some one to point the finger at, although the holocaust was by choice of man, sure why not blame God, that seems reasonable. It’s his fault for giving us freewill. This message is so ignorant, it’s almost like a man leaving a post that says ” dear God, I know you didn’t stop me from cheating on my wife but could you help my son get a car”. Or better yet why not just say “dear God I want to forget all those who were saved like my ancestors who were not totally killed off so that i can be here.

The problem with that statement is this, if a god who is omniscient, omnipotent and omnipresent have this divine plan, what is the point in free will? If your god knew us before we knew ourselves, had plans already laid out for us why is free will needed? According to your bible, the moment someone is born, original sin is committed. What did an innocent child do to deserve that? There are so many plot-holes and contradictions in the bible, I’m completely baffled why you cannot see them.

It’s hard reading through your emotionally motivated rants, but I digress. Here’s another jewel of yours:

Grow up, find out what’s your real purpose in life instead of hating on God. Another backwards logic that is extremely idiotic is how you all talk about all this supposed negative stuff God had did or that he allowed to happen which means there must be something that he has done good also if that’s the case. I’m done, foolery has no substance.

How are we hating on a misogynistic prick such as your god? Have you even read that POS book? “Supposedly” proves to me that you hadn’t. When I said you were forced-fed religion, I didn’t realize how true that statement was. Here’s a tip you probably looked over while you were cherry-picking: God killed over 25 million while Satan killed 60. Here’s a link to all of God’s killings. Have at it. There’s enough “negativity” in that book to keep you occupied.

Prove to me that prayer works. Stand in the middle of a room and fall 1000 times, while doing so, pray to your god to catch you. See how many times your god comes through for you. I’ll wait.

You have a hard time understanding and you need to work on your comprehension skills. Why? Because of this:

 When you read up on information isn’t that what you do, you just made a choice to believe all that you read or told, so please better logic please

I don’t know about all atheists, but I’m speaking for myself here. I DO NOT believe everything I read or told, or I’d still be indoctrinated like you are. You’re telling me to use better logic, yet your whole argument is based on a contradictory, ancient book that is bastardized from the Egyptians belief, yet I need better logic. Okay, whatever you say.

I’m breaking down all of your convoluted statements piece by piece so YOU don’t get confused. Try and keep up, okay? Thanks.

You are not born into a religion, everything from the moment you are born is taught to you. To say that people are going around repeating things everyone else is saying is monumentally retarded for one reason: You get your morals from a book of bullshit. Information has to be repeated. FACTS are repeated. For example: 2 + 2 = 4, right? How would anyone know that if it’s not repeated? You believe that all information that’s repeated is not grounds for us to use. There’s a difference in what I’m repeating and what you’re repeating. Our information changes as more evidence is found, yours stay the same regardless of how technologically advanced the world is around you. Whether it’s someone else’s information or not, science is true whether you believe it, or not. I became an atheist at a very young age. No one didn’t have to tell me shit, I found out on my own.

Atheism is not a religion, nor a belief system. We don’t believe in deities and we don’t need to a book to tell us murder is wrong. That’s the difference. Moving on…

You sure do make a lot of assumptions, don’t you:

Yes we were taught all those things, your choices were made from there what you choose to believe of what you found yourself coming I’m contact with to be right or wrong along with life experiences. You can be taught the wrong thing and still believe that’s not right but it’s your choice. You can stay dumb if you want, that’s not my choice. Also life is not comprised up solely logistics.

People are indoctrinated into religion majority of the time. Usually at a very young age. Some people grow up and then they wake-up and realize that religion is a bunch of bullshit. Others catch on quickly at a very young age and it has absolutely nothing with life experiences. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to read the bible and see for themselves that shits not adding the fuck up. You’re vaguely trying to say that people become atheists based on how life treated them. You’re full of shit, you know that? If you didn’t know, now you do. You may have prayed for a miracle to happen and coincidentally it did and you believed god answered your prayers, but don’t try to apply your convictions to your argument. That doesn’t make what you’re saying valid. Not at all.

 Ross if he is so invisible then you all sure know how to give life to him claiming all he didn’t do. As i said before, does it make sense for me to be sitting up here talking about what a unicorn did or didn’t do for people if in my mind he doesn’t exist. See how stupid you sound.

What’s funny is you don’t see how stupid YOU sound. The reason we are here, the reason why I’m blogging to you – about you is because religion isn’t harmless. If it was we wouldn’t have so much to say. Religion is poison, it does harm and children have died all in the name of religion. People are getting beheaded all in the name of religion. Gay people can’t marry, but cousins can all in the name of religion. People are hypocrites and contradicting themselves because they’re not following the bible to the letter because they haven’t read it. If they have read it, they know better because half the shit that’s in there – if they were to attempt, they’d be locked up in jail or in a mental asylum.

Also reading whatever one wrote, it’s about 10 billion logics and you think I’m going to waste time breaking something down to you that you know good and well you don’t hear.

All I know if it was that damn concrete, and you really wanted people to know, regardless of how you felt about little ol’ Lee, you would have said it. Don’t use me as a scapegoat, dude. That’s not wise at all.

Oh, this one here, I laughed at like all but 2 minutes. That’s all it was worth:

See I’m not the type that hide behind a Facebook page for simple thrills of getting people to agree to agree with me, sitting trying to think if the next thing i could say about God. Like seriously, i gave my opinion, all you want to do is debate, you don’t want real talk. You want backup from all your subscribers who will obviously say something although they really have nothing to say. This post stuff means nothing, the bigger question is the real person behind the computer,. I just called you out.

I didn’t think I had to show myself. Was that going to make your statements valid? Nah, not really. I’m still trying to figure out what point you were trying to make. I’m not hiding. It’s VERY easy to find me. People who are afraid of researching aren’t going to find me, though. I allow people to chime in because you’re not just talking to me, you’re talking about atheism. You’re a troll on an atheist page. What did you expect? Puppies and rainbows? Seriously, there are better ways to get my attention, if you wanted an autographed picture of me, all you had to do was ask.

So the bottom line to why you’re so pissy is this here:

Secondly i didn’t come to your page, someone liked it who’s a friend of mine.

Becoming A Contributor for Black Atheists’ Facebook Page

Let me get this out-of-the-way now: No, you do not have to be black.

That’s usually the question people ask when considering being apart of BA’s team. It doesn’t matter what race you are. Every once in a while I look for admins, but mostly right now, I’m only looking for contributors.

Qualifications:

  • We prefer if people posted everyday at least 5-10 times. We like to keep the page active and content current due to how Facebook sometimes check how and what is shown on people’s news feeds.
  • We are not paying you. That should be a given.
  • Even though we are not paying you and you’re not truly obligated to keep us in the know when you cannot take part for the day, week or month, it’s only common courtesy if you do so. We all have lives and we will always have times where we’re busier than the other contributors and admins, so it wouldn’t hurt to just let me know.
  • Please do not post anything from “Proud to be Atheist”, or The fraudulent AaRT Facebook page. There are two of these pages floating around and one is genuine and the other one isn’t.
  • Give credit to images where possible. If you gotten it from ‘Atheist Republic, make sure you link their Facebook page with the content you’re posting.
  • Try sharing instead of uploading images that come from other Facebook pages.
  • When it’s possible, avoid feed the trolls at all cost, just simply ignore them and I’ll get around to banning them. They’re totally not worth our time. If they come with a sub-par decent debate, fine. Just don’t stoop down to their level when they start the name calling. It makes you both look like tools.
  • Please take note to this document I’ve created on the page.

Before you are considered to becoming a contributor, you will be of coursed asked a series of questions that I hope you’re okay with.

 

Why We Matter

For centuries, African-American culture has been much influenced by the black church and the Christian faith. So being both black and atheist can be a lonely and isolating experience for most. I’m a witness to how people can be so unforgiving towards atheists. My family, has given me until December, 2013 to find my son and I a place to stay as I cannot stay with her under her roof because I am an atheist. Things haven’t changed, I’m still jobless and December is coming in fast.

Less than one-half of one percent of Blacks identify themselves as atheists.

80% of Black Americans say religion is VERY IMPORTANT in their lives, compared to only 50% of U.S. adults.  In fact 3/4ths of Black Americans who are unaffiliated with any particular faith say religion plays a somewhat important role in their lives. Over half report attending church service at least once a week, more than 75% report praying daily and almost all indicated that they are ABSOLUTELY certain that God exists.

Blacks are the most likely to interpret the Bible as the literal word of God; and 83% express a belief in angels and demons.

Blacks express a high degree of comfort with religion’s role in politics and half feel there have been too few expressions of faith by politicians. 

We are a minority with in a minority. I made the blog (blackatheists.wordpress.com) and then the Facebook page to get our voices heard, to help others who may feel that they’re alone. They’re not. We are here and we aren’t going anywhere. Seeing as I lost a cousin when she came out as an atheist. She resided in Georgia and was killed by her peers. The news articles and reports may have said it was because she was black, but I know better.

There has been a few mishaps with the Facebook page along the way, an admin was banned for 5 days due to an image he posted. I can’t remember exactly what the image was about and why it was banned by since then we have toned it down by an invisible standard based on what we feel is not going get us banned. I’m worried about the future of my page due to how easily it is for someone to report a page because there was something on that page that offended them and only them.

Black atheists have a hard time sharing their beliefs with family and friends because the struggle for civil rights was tied so close to Christianity. So blacks who reject god are accused of turning their backs on their history. Not believing in God is seen as a thing for white people. The idea that religious belief fueled the civil rights movement is not entirely true. It only true that churches were the only all-black refuge during Jim Crow. But the story that gets told is, Jesus delivered us. Frankly, it was humans who did all the work; against their will no less.

Let’s Get One Thing Clear: Atheists Do Not Believe Something Came From Nothing!

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This nonsense that [we] atheists believe something came from nothing is utter nonsense.

Your understanding of atheists is lacking. The only people that say we atheists believe we come from nothing is your pastors. Keep parroting their ignorance  You live for the god of the gaps, but those gaps are closing rapidly with new knowledge we gain everyday.

No. Most Atheists believe in the science of the Big Bang, as explained by Einstein. Just before the big bang, an immense amount of matter was contained in a tiny space. The Hadron Collider experiments are designed to learn more about this.

The Big Bang was the introduction of all the information that comprises our universe at once. Since there are no other places in the natural world that we know of where information can completely disappear or reappear, then the Big Bang is most certainly an anomaly.

Mathematics suggests that it was the ignition of one of many similar universes, and such creation of universes is routine under some other conditions.

Looking into a microscope, and looking into a telescope, we see that there is no end. Things keep unfolding into sub-levels, and sub-sub-levels. Physicists thought the atom was the end, but the deeper they looked, they find even more mysteries and incomprehensible quantum functions.

Where does it go and why? It is a great and fascinating mystery. Our humanity compels us to search for the meaning of existence. Atheists generally, through science, can show that life has no meaning and we are insignificant. This can be corroborated by the clear lifelessness of the cosmos and the remoteness, and infinitesimal measurements taken by science through the ages.

Others, including Christians have an instinct that it is not so meaningless and reducible. That despite the apparent nature of things, as shown by science, there is still some unseen or higher power.

You’d do good if you sat and read a book other than the bible. Educate yourselves, get to know your “enemy” inside and out. Then, build your argument on facts, not shit you heard someone else say. Now, if you did that, you wouldn’t be Christian, would you?

Hundred years ago, few people were educated. Women had a dozen children each and many died in childbirth. Now, we have health care and education. Now we have freedom of (depending), and freedom from, religion. Life is improving. My hope is that life, health care, education, freedom of expression, will all improve. The overall quality of life will improve and more people will live with love and compassion.

Another idiotic argument you guys love recycling: Man did not come from monkeys; humans and apes share an ancient ancestor.

Just because we do not believe in Christianity doesn’t mean we have all the answers about the universe. It means that, unlike you, we are trying to find out on our own and move society forward with progress, instead of going through another Dark Ages that your religion caused.

Since we’re on the topic of nothing coming from nothing: Where is mommy and daddy god? Did your god come from nothing? Looks like it to me. Do they realize that science has yet to give an answer to where the matter came from? So since you don’t know there must be a god. If I ask you what created god. You will say nothing, he is eternal. Thus invoking the special pleading fallacy.

Someone said Christians don’t understand basic science, but I’d say they don’t understand how quantum mechanics works; which is hardly basic science. But then people won’t believe things if they can’t understand it, and saying God did it is a lot easier for Christians as well as other religious people in other religions to understand.

1st Atheist Monument Allowed On Government Property Unveiled

“If you can’t beat em’ join em” is not something any atheist should say, but in this case this was a win.

The monument is the first atheist monument allowed on government property. Which is absolutely heart-breaking.

The founding fathers of this nation did not come here to start a country full of religious dogma. That was the whole purpose of them finding their own nation; to get away from religion. America has not quite gotten that separation of church and state thing down yet.

Anyway, the monument sits alongside ‘The Ten Commandments‘ monument in front of the Bradford County courthouse. Also, what in the world is so great about the Ten Commandments? At best they’re grossly deficient and putting them on government property is an insult to everything this nation stands for. The States were built on a foundation of liberty and freedom and the first four commandments are nothing more than the throat clearings of a self-aggrandizing tyrant.

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Finally this is the start of truth and reasoning which will eventually beat out superstition. I welcome the day in near future when there will be a marble monument with Christopher Hitchens‘ 10 commandments in front of every courthouse and then it will be clear what we stand for.

The only thing is, I wonder how long will this monument last? Atheists cars being vandalized, magnets being torn to shreds, notes being left of the intolerable Christians is proof of what they are capable of. An atheistic monument next to a religious one? Let the hatred ensue!

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It’s about time we start standing up to these so called Christians. There’s a major resurgence of trying to ram Christianity down everyone’s throats.

When fascism come to America it will be wrapped in a flag and carrying a bible.

As far as the whole win/lose situation concerning the monument…

It’s funny that they say the American Atheists lost because from what I remember reading, they won, and the 10 commandments were supposed to be taken down, but the group that put them up refused the court order. So rather than suing a second time, they were given the choice: waste more taxpayer money to remove the 10 commandments, or erect your own monument with your own money. So…I wouldn’t call it losing, rather, it’s a creative solution to a problem that still stands, yet is addressed.

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You’re An Atheist (a black, one at that) It’s Obvious That You’re A Bad Parent!

Gurl, you know you need to turn yourself over to jesus! you’re donning your child to misery and heartbreak. save yoself and save yo son! atheists dont make good parents no way!”

O’RLY?! And parents who try and pray their child’s cancer away which in turn, results in their untimely death aren’t? So, I’m a bad mother because I’m an atheist? What kind of bass ackwards, playground logic is that?

“Your son will grow up a serial killer” this, and “Where will he get his morals?” that. Shut it, okay? Save your rhetoric for those parents who beat their children mercilessly, neglect them, prostitute them, molest them. The only time my parenting should come into question is when I’m actually being a bad parent. My atheism isn’t causing my son’s head to spin 360 degrees and spit hot pea soup. He’s not breaking out into hives or possessed by an atheist demon. He’s 2. He knows nothing of this god and he won’t until he asks. All he want is his belly full and a clean, dry butt. Pushing him to believe what I believe is unnecessary. I want him to grow up and have his own mind, to find his way. If he wants to be religious, so be it. That’s HIS life, not mine and I’ll be damned if I try and live mine through his. One thing I’m not going to do, though:

I’m not going to tell him that Santa Claus is real. Neither am I going to tell him that the Easter bunny is real, or the leprechaun on the Lucky Charms cereal box is real. That’s my decision. There is a difference between Santa, the Tooth Fairy and heaven. Questions like “where do babies come from?” or “why is the sky blue?” and “what happens when we die?” need to be answered in an easy to understand logical, reasonable, unemotional way. Being a parent means you have hard decisions to make all the time, and not just about heaven. I’m not going to bash an invisible god around my son, there’s no need for it.

I will guide my son. I will show him the path to curiosity. I will encourage him to question his surroundings. After all, we can’t find results unless we first make an inquiry.

What is it about atheism that makes me a bad mother? I’m not going around murdering puppies or shooting up orphanages. I bleed the same as everyone else. I live, eat, shit, work and sleep; the only difference is I have one less deity than you. What’s my moral code? Common damn sense.

I’m a mom first and atheist second. I know I shouldn’t give a damn what any of you religious nut-jobs have to say, but I still felt that this needed to be said. So what if I’m black? If you knew anything, you’d know the last people who should be religious ARE blacks.

You religious folk have that judgmental stick shoved so far up your ass when you sneeze, sharpened #2 pencils come out your nose.

Should I Stay or Should I Go?: My Atheism Is Making Me and My Son Homeless

I don’t know, man. I’m starting to believe strangers on the corner would treat me better than my “family“.

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June 15, 2013 (my son just turned two on the 14th), I got into an argument with – wait, let me start from the beginning…

I’m staying with a relative long enough to get back on my feet. I made it clear to this relative that I’m not planning on staying here too much longer – seeing as I hate it here. Moving back into my childhood home; where I was neglected, abused, molested and used was the last thing I wanted to do, but it beats having me and my 2-year-old son out on the street. Trust me, if I had somewhere else to go, I would have taken that, anything would have been better than moving here.

I’m currently in school, but I’m out of work at the moment and for some reason, no matter how many job offers I apply to, or the amount of job applications I fill out and send, no one wants to hire me. I have to stay optimistic because I’m not about to spend another 6-months in this hell-hole. Moving on…

Anyway, I got into an argument with my grandmother about the bullshit she was telling people about me and all the lies she was telling them. She even set me up, telling me things about my own relatives that weren’t true and they were supposedly in on it to see what I would do about it. What kind of family does this? Then again, this is the same family that told me that someone is out to hurt me but they wouldn’t tell me who.

This argument wasn’t about religion in the slightest. My relative made low-blows on my personality, my character and tried to embarrass me in front of the very same relatives that are against me. To me, she only embarrassed herself. This relative brought up my past a lot and took jabs at my son. Then she decided to go lower than that and tell me she doesn’t trust me as well to tell me she doesn’t like that I’m an atheist. I simply told her that it’s my life and my choice. What triggered this low and petty blow was one word: goddamn. Yep, I was talking to one of the other relatives in the room and this holier-than a communion wafer screams “I won’t take you taking the lord’s name in vain in my house!” I almost laughed but I ended up looking at her like she had two heads.

I was speechless! This is the same woman who would sell you out, and get you jumped by some unknown person – mind you, this mystery person that was going to hurt me, never surfaced yet. So we argue some more and she simply says well you have a month to find somewhere to say because I don’t like your atheism in my house”. So I confirmed what I said earlier to her: “I know more about your bible than you do”…I think that pissed her off.

But if anyone does not provide for his relatives, and especially for members of his household, he has denied the faith and is worse than an unbeliever.
1 Timothy 5:8

If someone’s religion was so sure, so great; what I say in vain shouldn’t matter. To kick me out because I said “goddamn” sounds like to me she was finding an excuse to even bring up my atheism.

My fans of the Facebook page told me that I should just lie and say she shown me the light to keep from being out on the streets. I don’t know how I feel about lying about that. I’ve never been known to bite my tongue or kiss anyone’s ass, I feel that it would be beneath me to start now. I was also told to respect my elders and their religion. I’m sorry, what? Respect is earned! Furthermore, I’m not going to respect a religion that enslaved a people – which are still slaves to that imaginary sky-daddy today.

Her reasoning to hold strong to her sky-daddy’s nuts? Her 45 surgeries and doctors telling her she won’t make it to see 18. She didn’t stop there. She then went on to say I’m not working and out of a place to stay because I’m an atheist. All I have to say is, if that’s all god can do to me then he’s a fucking idiot.

I’m not about to lie, I’m not about to kiss anyone’s ass to keep from hurting their feelings. Their feelings wouldn’t get hurt if they didn’t have such foolish beliefs.

Once I’m out of here, they’ll never hear or see from me or my son again. To kick me out, that’s fine, but to kick out my 2-year-old son because I’m not a sheep? That’s the lowest of the low. Fuck em’.

Black Folk Don’t Do Atheism

“When is the last time you met a black atheist? Having faith has been a long tradition for black folk in the US and across the world? So is it true that black folk don’t do atheism?”

People have the nerve to still ask me “what the fuck is a black atheist”? If this misinformed video isn’t even to show why I made this blog, my facebook page then, what else do you need to understand its existence?