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We are all Born Atheists: I Just Stayed that Way- PART ONE Childhood and Religion

We are all Born Atheists: I Just Stayed that Way Part ONE

By David G. McAfee 

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My Childhood and Religion

            Everybody is born as an atheist and, without submersion into religion as a child, we would most likely maintain that position… more often than not, however, this is not the case. My parents were not religious people… They may have abused substances religiously- but church was probably the last thing on their minds. When I was two years old, my parents divorced and began their separate lives pursuing drugs to feed their addictions. Clearly, they felt that they were unfit to properly care for their child (though they were always a large part of my life and, for the most part, acted in accordance with standard human morals and decency)- my grandmother thankfully volunteered to care for me until my mother or father could afford (financially and emotionally) to raise me. She never mistreated me or abused me, but she was the first person in my life to introduce me to religion and the authority of the church. Continue reading

Christian Propaganda is EVERYWHERE

David G. McAfee

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                     It seems like everywhere I turn I see some sort of religious propaganda somewhere, from “John 3:16” written in chalk on the sidewalk or a WWJD bumper sticker on a Mercedes… I’m sure you have seen these ‘stories’ before but this little comic strip, published by Chick Publications, really takes the cake. The Christian right has always pressured American entertainment to censor their work so as not to corrupt the mindset of their children- the themes in this comic are far worse than ‘Will and Grace’ and ‘South Park’. Continue reading