Over the years, I have received a lot of emails and messages from other closeted atheists asking for advice. Most of these messages have been from atheists in high school, wondering what to do in regards to having this secret among Christian friends, parents, and church members. Thanks to a tweet from Godless Iowan, I decided that compiling my advice together could hopefully prove helpful for at least one of my younger readers. Continue reading “7 Tips for Closeted Atheist Teenagers”
A while ago, I wrote a post that was one of the most honest and raw life stories that I’ve written so far. It chronicled what happened when my mom found out that I’m not as sexually pure as she thought (or wanted), although to any normal people it’s next to nothing. She gave me a speech on why what I did was so abhorrent and how could I possibly consider myself a Christian if I sinned against God like this and am I not concerned about my eternal life, and so on and so forth.
Well, good for me, because actually I’m an atheist and I can do whatever I want. Isn’t that how this whole thing works?
Kind of. But not really. Continue reading “Why I Have No Morals”
Shortly after I started my blog, I published a post about my family’s beliefs entitled A Look at a Lutheran Doctrine. I outlined some statements that are a part of their Lutheran, specifically LCMS, beliefs.
Since I’ll be spending this weekend with family, I wanted to do a post that goes a bit further into their Lutheran beliefs. Continue reading “A Look at Luther’s Small Catechism”