35 subscribers a community for 6 years, 8 monthslast post 867 days ago [+]
Welcome to /r/ArabicAtheism , i made this subreddit for arabs who are atheists, i know currently we are a few but our numbers are increasing.
2,233,257 subscribers a community for 10 years, 9 monthslast post today [+]
> ###### Welcome to r/atheism, please read our Rules, & our FAQ! Thinking of telling your parents? Read this first.
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690 subscribers a community for 9 years, 11 monthslast post 56 days ago [+]
A subreddit for atheists who find religion an interesting natural phenomenon and wish to discuss its nature, origins, history, sociology, and psychology, without engaging in polemics, either pro-religious or anti-religious. Evopsych approaches specially welcome.
1,114 subscribers a community for 7 years, 10 monthslast post today [+]
This is a place to discuss coming out as an atheist to religious families and friends. Share your struggles and victories. If you've been there, offer advice. Its a big step and people have a lot of questions and fears. We can get through this together.
87 subscribers a community for 7 years, 7 monthslast post 1200 days ago [+]
Welcome to the atheist book club!
Every month we decide on a new book and read/discuss it. Please join us if you have the time.
Lying by Sam Harris is August's book. It is free for the first week of the month, so grab it here while it's available!
[Lying] (http://www.samharris.org/lying) by Sam Haris
Thank you to everyone for participating so much already!
634 subscribers a community for 7 years, 6 monthslast post 49 days ago [+]
A place where Eagle Scouts and Gold Award winners who are atheist can share advice, stories, and experience with fellow atheist Eagle Scouts and Gold Award winners.
Check out these other subreddits, too!
3,372 subscribers a community for 7 years, 9 monthslast post 200 days ago [+]
Volunteers to assist young adults that are kicked out or disowned by their family due to their atheism. Couches to crash on, warm meals to share, someone to lean on, and someone to listen.
If you are looking for a place to stay or assistance, but you don't meet the description above, please try: couchsurfing.org.
- Currently 558 posts offering havens around the world! (And Counting... last updated 7/28/13)
Check out our growing List!
r/AHChat is the appropriate place for general conversation relating to Atheist Havens.
If you need help, scroll through the subreddit to see if anyone is near you. Post and let us know you need help. There are many more lurkers, and some of them may be able to help. INCLUDE YOUR AREA IN THE TITLE OF YOUR POST.
- If you are in need of help, before contacting any volunteer on this list you MUST read this.
- Before you invite someone into your house, read this.
Thanks r/atheism for making r/AtheistHavens just another example of the principle: good without god!
> The appropriate place to discuss the concept of AtheistHavens is in r/AHChat.
If you know of a resource available in your area to people suffering from oppression for their lack of faith, please post a link, or information, here, thanks!
Other subreddits: http://www.reddit.com/r/iwantout
25 subscribers a community for 7 years, 6 monthslast post 454 days ago [+]
The Secular Student Aliiance of Clemson is a Clemson club for atheists, agnostics, nontheists, humanists, skeptics, freethinkers, and other students who do not believe in a god or gods.
Meeting times: Tuesdays at 8:00 in Brackett 214 Thursdays at 5:00 at Nick's on Sloan Street
We promote the ideals of scientific and critical inquiry, democracy, secularism and human-based ethics. We accomplish this through five areas of focus: education, service, activism, community and cooperation.
74 subscribers a community for 8 years, 6 monthslast post today [+]
This subreddit is for atheists, religious, and moderates to get together and discuss the positive aspects of the community. This is a place to post major victories in civil rights, planned events, philosophy, etc. Please try to keep the tone of this subreddit positive, cross-religious arguing is counter-productive and will be moderated harshly.
1,193 subscribers a community for 9 years, 7 monthslast post 176 days ago [+]
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User flair come to Religion in America. Get your flair here
User flair and template by teresita from AK
68 subscribers a community for 8 yearslast post today [+]
News, articles and other links of interest for atheist conservatives, right-wing Darwinists, anti-Sharia activists, Darwinian paleoconservatives and other politically incorrect freedom fighters.
- Individual freedom
- Free market
- Geopolitics of religion
- Small government
- Secular Zionism
- Environmental skepticism
If you would like to become an authorized submitter, please contact the moderator.
This excerpt of Larry Arnhart's book, Darwinian Conservatism, is an excellent introduction to what this Reddit community stands for.
All data and information provided on this Reddit is for informational purposes only. The authorized submitters make no representations as to accuracy, completeness, currentness, suitability, or validity of any information on this page. All information is provided on an as-is basis.
944 subscribers a community for 7 years, 7 monthslast post 21 days ago [+]
Secular Sobriety: Without any forms of escapism.
A place to discuss addiction openly and honestly, without judgment of a divine being and a focus on how to deal with and manage your use.
Any submissions belittling other forms of support groups will be scrutinized. We're not here to put down those who've found comfort in other means of support.
We're here because we understand some people can't rely on faith alone to sustain them. That a logical, scientific and cogent approach to addiction may be a stronger rock for some than one requiring deference.
We're here because we're human, we've been there or are there, and we want to help.
Some Helpful Links
Secular Organization for Sobriety
non-profit network of autonomous addiction recovery groups. The program stresses the need to place the highest priority on sobriety and uses mutual support to assist members in achieving this goal.
LifeRing Secular Recovery
secular, non-profit organization providing peer-run addiction recovery groups for anyone with a desire to recover from alcohol and drug addiction or who are in a relationship with an addict or alcoholic.
Pagans in Recovery
Pagan-friendly twelve step meetings either as part of a pre-existing twelve-step program, or as independent entities
secular and science-based using non-confrontational motivational, behavioral and cognitive methods. Meeting participants learn recovery methods derived from evidence-based addiction treatments.
Related Reddit groups you may find useful:
The AA and NA groups are useful too, even if you don't subscribe to their philosophy.
1,808 subscribers a community for 7 years, 6 monthslast post 22 days ago [+]
Young atheists and atheists alike are free to share their stories, questions, and information here.
"The important things in life are often overshadowed by the petty and irrelevant, but it's when we finally look past these things that we will understand we are our own God." - 14throwaway
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