Discount Graphic Design & Printing for Atheist & Secular Groups

JT Eberhard – Secular Student Alliance

Posted by on Aug 17, 2011 in Featured | 1 comment

JT Eberhard – Secular Student Alliance

Name:  JT Eberhard Born: 1981 Blog: ATHEISM RESOURCE.COM and his personal blog http://wwjtd.net/ Location: Columbus, OH Former Religion: Baptist Organization Affiliation:  Secular Student Alliance (National Speaker) Label:  Atheist READ JT’s STORY HERE “As a writer, JT Eberhard is smart, funny, honest, and totally fearless. As an organizer, he is passionate, dedicated, inspired, and as determined as a bulldog. And, as a speaker, he tears the roof off the sucker. We are insanely lucky to have him on our side.” – Greta Christina JT Eberhard is a campus...

Read More

Hemant Mehta – The Friendly Atheist

Posted by on Aug 16, 2011 in Featured | 0 comments

Hemant Mehta – The Friendly Atheist

Name:  Hemant Mehta Born: 1983 Blog: http://www.patheos.com/blogs/friendlyatheist/ Location: Chicago, IL Organization Affiliation:  Secular Student Alliance and Foundation Beyond Belief (National Speaker) Label:  Atheist Hemant Mehta graduated from the University of Illinois at Chicago with degrees in Mathematics and Biology. While there, he also helped establish their first secular student group, Students WithOut Religious Dogma (SWORD). He earned his Masters in Math Education at DePaul University and currently teaches high school math in the suburbs of Chicago. He has worked with the...

Read More

Why I Changed My Mind By: JT Eberhard

Posted by on Aug 16, 2011 in Essays | 3 comments

Why I Changed My Mind  By: JT Eberhard

My parents had always had gay friends growing up and, because they were kind and good people, they had also been my friends. I started to wonder if god would really send those good people to hell. So, when I was on the cusp of twenty-one, I began to read the bible and, sure enough, it does condemn homosexuality in no uncertain terms. How could that be? Homosexuals, though immoral perverts, were typically nice people. When I met malicious people such as thieves, bullies, etc, they were despicable and cruel and worthy of contempt. But homosexuals were not like that, they were not criminals....

Read More