Category Archives: Atheist Movement

Guide to Deconversion (Part 3): Types of Atheists

Part 1: How to Come Out (and Why!) Part 2: Types of Believers Atheist. The word says one thing, and one thing only: a non-believer in god(s).  It says zilch beyond that.  As someone who was completely fresh to meeting atheists … Continue reading

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Guide to Deconversion (Part 2): Types of Believers

Part 1: How to Come Out (and Why!) Part 3: Types of Atheists In my time as an atheist, I’ve learned quite a few things about the entire deconversion process.  Once you are out, and especially if you go vocal on … Continue reading

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Reddit, Ridicule, and the Usefulness of Memes

Ridicule is the only weapon which can be used against unintelligible propositions. Ideas must be distinct before reason can act upon them; and no man ever had a distinct idea of the trinity. It is the mere Abracadabra of the … Continue reading

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Fundamentalists and the Argument from Incredulity

We atheists regularly experience facepalm-level ignorance when it comes to reasons (excuses) people give for their continued faith.  One variant of this strain of ignorance is the Argument from Incredulity: “I can’t imagine any other possibility, therefore ________.” This idea … Continue reading

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