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Robin Isomaa

Posted by on Jan 11, 2012 in Essays | 1 comment

Robin Isomaa

Name: Robin Isomaa Born: 1991 Location: Turku, Finland Label: Atheist Former: Evangelical Lutheran I Never Went To Sunday School I never went to Sunday school. That pretty much sums up my early childhood memories of religion. My parents were, and still are, secular humanists in a small town in the middle of the Finnish bible belt. Most, if not all, of my friends went to Sunday school, even if their families rarely went to church. You see, the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland, like most Lutheran churches, is all about faith. You put your kids in Sunday school to learn about God and...

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Tune Katerungroch

Posted by on Jan 9, 2012 in Essays | 0 comments

Tune Katerungroch

Name: Tune Katerungroch Born: 1993 Locaton: California, U.S.A. Label: Existential Atheist, Existential Nihilist Former Religious Affiliation: Christian-Buddhist, Mahayana-Buddhist, Lutheran-Christian, Agnostic Intro The story of how I became an atheist is a complex one. I staggered back and forth between many religions before finally concluding on atheism. Lutheran Christianity, Mahayana Buddhism, a liberal sect of Islam (yes, at one point I considered converting to that), agnosticism, then atheism and nihilism. I never knew a term for my personal beliefs, “atheism” didn’t...

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Carol Baker

Posted by on Jan 8, 2012 in Essays | 2 comments

Carol Baker

My name is Carol Baker. I co-host an Internet talk radio show called BROADSIDED and write a regular column called “The Opinionated Bitch” for www.herewomentalk.com. I am an Atheist. At age 40, after being raised in a Christian home, receiving religious instruction and spending a lifetime attending church and searching for answers, the only rational conclusion I could come to, was that the Atheists has been right all along. But my coming out has been a slow process, made doubly difficult in complicated times where the mere mention of non-belief is red meat for the rabid American Christian...

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Lane Keiffer

Posted by on Jan 6, 2012 in Essays | 0 comments

Lane Keiffer

  Name: Lane Keiffer Location: Virginia Born: Dec 16, 1983 Location: Virginia Label: Atheist Former Religious Affiliation: Catholic   My Story   I came from a strong religious family, well, at least on my mother’s side. Baptized, First Communion… the works. But I always felt something was wrong.  I had never felt a “connection” with a supernatural/invisible being. In short, I never grasped the concept of believing in a deity.  Something just didn’t seem right about it.  This was before I knew about atheism.   I was still a young tyke around the...

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Kevin Saldanha

Posted by on Jan 4, 2012 in Essays | 0 comments

Kevin Saldanha

Name: Kevin Saldanha Born: January, 23rd, 1957 in Nakuru, Kenya Location: Mississauga, ON. Canada L5M 5N5 Organization affiliation: Halton-Peel Humanist Community, Humanist Canada Label: F.A.I.T.H.FUL (Freethinking Atheist Inspired to Humanism) Former Religious Affiliation: Roman Catholic From Roman Catholicism to Secular Humanism By Kevin Saldanha, DVM, BVS&AH, MVSc Mississauga, Ontario I have been a companion animal veterinarian for more than 30 years and a practicing Roman Catholic for most of my life until about 10 years ago. My journey away from Catholicism and organized...

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Jared Cowan

Posted by on Dec 21, 2011 in Essays | 1 comment

Jared Cowan

Name: Jared Cowan Born: May 1987 Location: Tennessee Organization Affiliation: None Officially, American Atheists Unofficially Label: Atheist, Secularist, Secular Buddhist, Atheist With Buddhist Influences, Apatheist Former Religious Affiliation: Presbyterian Christian, Deist My Story Being an atheist is still tough for me–to be out about in public with friends and family, as opposed to on the internet with its anonymity. I’m already socially awkward as it is. I was diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome only a year or so after my pressured conversion to Christianity, due mostly to...

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