It was almost a year and a half ago when I first mentioned the Hotline Project on this site. We know becoming an atheist rarely happens overnight — for many of us, it’s the result of a lot of introspection or conversations with trusted friends. But what happens when you don’t have anyone to talk to? What if you’re a church-goer who doesn’t really have any non-religious friends? What if you’re a teenager whose parents are very religious? What if you’re a pastor?
That’s where The Hotline Project comes in.
It was started by the folks at Recovering from Religion and it offers a single phone number where anyone having religious doubts can call in to talk to a trained, trusted individual.