The #Christian love I've gotten from #Centerville folks after declaring that I'll fight for for #atheist & #nonreligious in their town.
I am calling for local faith leaders to condemn this kind of religiously fueled internet bullying & harassment. Please RT.
We in the #atheist & #nonreligious community are not looking for a candidate to be an atheist to support them. We would just like to know that you're willing to acknowledge/support us & work with us...
...it wouldn't hurt to stop the religious pandering too!
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Every Creature on the planet is a living being. We eat them. I actually have been trying to be a nonbeing eating person for years. Generally I pretty good at it. Plants feel, in fact. So as a nonreligious person I ask at what point does a fetus becomes a separate being?
With just 50 days to go before the #IACaucus it is beyond time that all major presidential candidates begin talking both ABOUT and TO #atheist and #nonreligious voters. We are waiting for someone to be a champion for our voter bloc & to show us that we matter.
I challenge each #2020Election candidate to mention the word #atheist and/or the phrase #AtheistVoter during the next debate.
It may seem like something small but to those of us, esp us #nonreligious in #Iowa, it will go a long way to showing that we are valid and valued.
14h14 hours ago
Millennials Are Leaving Religion And Not Coming Back. Top reasons: never had strong ties to religion to begin with, increasingly likely to have a spouse who is nonreligious, changing views about the relationship between morality and religion
16h16 hours ago
Christianity continues to rapidly decline in the US, more people becoming nonreligious - News 5 Cleveland http://dlvr.it/RLL7SS
13h13 hours ago
T/Y @AndrewYang! Your tweet Friday shows that you heard me loud & clear that #AtheistVoter should be valued in the #IACaucus & #2020Election!
#Nonreligious voters are now the single LARGEST religious voting bloc & 1/3 of all Dems ID as nonreligious!
Oh gosh. I mean. That very thing isn't like a founding principal of this nation is it?
[But no. It never should. We need people in power with the ability to seperate themselves or be nonreligious. There is no middle ground.]