Atheist Church!

Twice the boredom!  None of the faith, hope, or love!  Offering teens new horizons in moralistic tedium from adults who either don’t know why they are there or are the sort of feverish fanatics that by age 25 the kids will have fled to Benedictine monasteries just to spite the old man.

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  • Rosemarie
    • ivan_the_mad

      “Ian Dodd, a 50-something camera operator in Los Angeles, had long been a member of the Unitarian Universalist Church; he enjoyed it, but wanted something more explicitly irreligious.”

      Ha! This made my week.

    • Pavel Chichikov

      A schism in what?

    • chezami

      Scratch an atheist, find a fundamentalist.

  • gretta vosper

    Wow! What a remarkably shallow, arrogant, and trivializing rant about something that is, for many, a positive and meaningful commitment to learning about and living the challenge of right relationship within community, all done without the Hollywood ending a supernatural god who can swoop in when life falls apart and remind us it all has some meaning it’s all too mysterious for us to understand. Sounds like they might have something to teach all of you.

    • HornOrSilk

      The shallow, arrogant comment, is yours. But you are not bright enough to see it.

    • Michael

      Yes, if only Mark would heed the wisdom of Internet atheists, who refrain from shallow, arrogant, and trivializing rants about something that is, for many, a positive and meaningful–oh, wait…

  • Brian Green Adams

    Of course there would be no faith, but I think your presumption that love and hope would be absent is completely unjustified and seems spiteful to me.