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People have all sorts of deal breakers when it comes to the people they date, and they tend to be highly subjective. But no one would consider discriminating against meat eaters or Republicans a type of bigotry. My relationship with the Lutheran, while lasting 9 months, was one of my most stressful and unhappy relationships precisely because of the religion issue.
Some people have no interests in nerds (an idea which has caused more than one internet kerfuffle), while I consider nerdiness a requirement. And really, religion is no different, despite the way many people in society want to treat it. My dating record has gone something like: Apathetic Agnostic Wiccan (who later turned atheist, I think because of me) Hard core Rush Limbaugh loving Lutheran (more on that anomaly in a bit) Atheist Atheist Atheist And if I had to put money on it, the next boyfriend will probably be an atheist too. Like most high school relationships, we only superficially got along – we were both nerds with similar tastes in movies.
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Atheist websites of Romania was the first International page made.
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Recently published census data shows that the number of non-religious people in England and Wales has risen from 15 to 25% in the past ten years.
' causes many non-believing cultural Anglicans to self-identify as Christian), six million more people ticking the 'no religion' box is still a huge number.
They believe that this life is the only one we have, trust in the scientific method and place human welfare at the heart of their ethical decision-making. Sounds like something we can all get on board with, right?
To judge by the census data, 'humanism' is a word we'll be hearing a lot more in the coming years.