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Sex and the Single-Atheist

Posted by on Jun 13, 2013 in Blog | 9 comments

Sex and the Single-Atheist

by: Dan Hettmannsperger III Should Atheists date Christians?  In a nation where more than 80% of the populace are theists who are overwhelmingly Christian this is a serious question for the man or woman who wants to seek someone that is equally reasonable. So let me tell you about my own experiences and let you draw your own conclusions. I’m forty-five years old so believe me I’ve had more than a few in this arena. My first significant relationship was with a Christian I’ll call Laura. Laura was a woman of Southern...

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International Imad Day

Posted by on May 5, 2013 in Blog | 14 comments

International Imad Day

We Are Atheism is proud to stand with Imad Iddine Habib.  We know how incredibly difficult it is for him to take a stand and we want everyone to know his story, stand beside him, and let him know we are here with him in his fight for religious freedom. The following is information on how you can help Imad and others like him: By: Maryam Namazie Since 22 year old Imad Iddine Habib founded the Council of Ex-Muslims of Morocco (the first public atheist organisation in a country with Islam as the state religion), he has received numerous...

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The Secret Origin of Religion (Part II)

Posted by on May 2, 2013 in Blog | 9 comments

The Secret Origin of Religion (Part II)

By: Dan Hettmannsperger III Of course it is common knowledge that Christianity began as a goof perpetrated by the Bethlehem Chamber of Commerce that got so far out of hand it ended up becoming the largest religion in the world. Right?  Well, actually, no that’s not what happened but if it had it would probably make more sense then the truth, which is murky and more then a little frustrating.  There is a pattern one finds in the growth of religions that is unmistakable and it goes like this: at some point a man comes along (it’s...

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Governor Brownback Meets with Atheists!

Posted by on May 2, 2013 in Blog | 17 comments

Governor Brownback Meets with Atheists!

Yesterday I met with Governor Sam Brownback of Kansas.  Well… Adam Brown, Cole Morgan, Fred Heeren, Michaelyn Everhart and I. We met at my apartment complex and piled into Adam’s car and headed for Topeka, KS. We were all a bit nervous and were trying to figure out what to say, how to say it, and whether or not certain issues should even be raised. We decided on Abortion, Science Education, and giving atheists a seat “at the table”. Let’s break this down a bit so you know what we mean: Abortion: Michaelyn and I were charged with...

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Arrested at Hospital: Just for wanting to hold his partner’s hand

Posted by on Apr 11, 2013 in Blog | 301 comments

Arrested at Hospital: Just for wanting to hold his partner’s hand

Help with medical and legal bills I have spent every day of my life since I was 15 years old fighting for equal rights amongst ALL people let alone those who are attracted to the same sex.  My father, Roger Gorley, and his husband, Allen Mansell have been married for nearly 5 years.  They have shared a home together, purchased cars together, have all of their investments, and any other paperwork taken care of to be considered a real marriage under the law.  In the state of Missouri civil unions are not recognized but many same-sex couples...

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The Secret Origin of Religion (Part I)

Posted by on Apr 4, 2013 in Blog | 9 comments

The Secret Origin of Religion (Part I)

Blog post by: Dan Hettmannsperger III  Where did all this superstition come from in the first place and why has it managed to hold on to this very hour even in the age of Iphones and Twitter?  No one can know with absolute certainty of course just how and where It all began, but we can make some pretty good guesses based on what we’ve gathered from Anthropology, Psychology, History and Archeology.  We know for example that primitive stone age people as far back as 100,000+ years ago buried their dead with items that belong to the...

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Atheists Giving Aid – Sandy Hook Fundraiser

Posted by on Mar 16, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

Atheists Giving Aid – Sandy Hook Fundraiser

We Are Atheism, SOMA (Society of Open-Minded Atheists and Agnostics), and American Atheists are proud to inform you that our Sandy Hook Elementary School Fundraiser has finally come to end.  We had over 1,000 people from around the country donate nearly $28,000. As promised, your money was split evenly between three of the non-profit organizations that are giving direct aid and scholarship funds.  We donated nearly $9,000 to the Newtown Memorial Fund.  This fund will go to the physical memorial being built, provide for the immediate...

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History’s Greatest Hoax: Jesus the mything person

Posted by on Mar 16, 2013 in Blog | 22 comments

History’s Greatest Hoax: Jesus the mything person

Another guest post by Dan Hettmannsperger III  We are all familiar with the story of Jesus as we are familiar with the story of King Arthur, Superman and Frodo Baggins.  What makes the story of Jesus problematic is that Christians have made the supreme error of confusing allegory with historical reality and thinking they are the same thing.  Of course we all know that Jesus was betrayed, arrested, tried and ultimately executed for being a tax-dodger and claiming to be a monarch (Luke 23:2), although He fudges that a little when he says...

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Christianity in Flames & The Rise of Reason

Posted by on Mar 6, 2013 in Blog | 11 comments

Christianity in Flames & The Rise of Reason

New We Are Atheism Blogger Dan Hettmannsperger III click here for full bio.     Among Atheists, Agnostics, Free Thinkers & Secular Humanists I hear a great deal of cynicism regarding the “out” movement.  “Monotheism will never go away, Dan, it’s just too deeply engrained for us to ever hope for it to be illuminated.”  I myself cannot abide by such a view.  Let us consider for a moment just how far we have come to see how far we have to go. Christianity established it’s hegemony when it became...

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Goodbye Pope Benedict XVI

Posted by on Feb 28, 2013 in Blog | 8 comments

Goodbye Pope Benedict XVI

As I sit here watching Pope Benedict XVI resign from his position as pope due to what looks like severe medical problems.  His severely ravaged body, the meek and nearly dead looking pope, gives his final remarks to a small crowd of maybe 1,000-2,000 people.  I can’t help but think that this is the best decision I have ever seen a pope make.  He looks like he is suffering from many different illnesses that plague an elderly body and his state of mind is obviously beginning to become compromised. His short speech to the crowd who came...

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