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"Normally, I could care less, but this hits a little under the belt for me," Burns said. "But for them to take a Christian mother and daughter and put them on a billboard, I think that's low. " American Atheists' National Program Director Nick Fish has said that his group licensed the photos from i Stock Photo, and have met all legal requirements to use them.
American Atheists' President David Silverman said in a press release last week that the ads aim to tackle the stigma he thinks nonbelievers face in the United States.
Specifically, single Christians enter a sexual fog.
That fog clouds and hides the reality that an identity rooted in Christ should manifest itself in intelligent and hope-filled sexual restraint based on God's promises and instead replaces it with fear and pride-filled choices based on some other promise they believe more.
When I was a kid, my mother and I joined a very large "non-denominational" Christian Church, one of the earliest versions of the Mega Churches that exist today. I was in the children's choir, the community was lovely, and we sang from a song book with drawings of long-haired hippies.
Charlie: It took me many years to come to that view, that a universe without a god is more comfortable than one with a god.
When I first read it nearly thirty five years ago I had no idea, of course, that I’d end up a bit like Margaret’s parents in a marriage with disparate beliefs.
I’ve written before about how my husband and I have successfully navigated spirituality in our relationship but it’s a bit different when it comes to parenting. ON OUR PERSONAL RELIGIOUS BELIFS: Me: Personally, I feel great comfort in the idea of God, a sense of not being alone in the fight of daily living, even when I'm angry at God.
My only rule is that spirituality not be weaponized.
Should she find comfort in dogmatic faith, so be it.
"It is important for people to know religion has nothing to do with being a good person, and that being open and honest about what you believe — and don't believe — is the best gift you can give this holiday season," Silverman said.