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How to deal with non-atheists (is that a word) on the forums

Ok people, it appears that we are starting to attract a few theists that want to debate - one of this groups explicit goals is:- - Promote atheism as a positive, moral alternative lifestyle. Does this mean we should engage in debate in forums or immediately remove anyone that we decide as a group to be a troll. I personally consider that debate is part of this groups purpose, however, I am very mindful that such debate could make some members uncomfortable - and I consider that to be a higher purpose than debating. Thus, I leave the decision to you. If you vote yes, then we shall only eject those that become overly aggressive If you vote no, then we will institute a short sharp no-trolls/debate policy. Alex S.

Jul 9, 2008 18 so far

Do we need co-signatory accounts set up for our advertising ventures, at this stage?

Martin has pointed out that "normally for clubs, community groups etc you would set up bank accounts with 2-3 signatories so that anyone can deposit into it but only with 3 signatures can anyone make a withdrawal (such as to pay for the billboard)" and asked "does anyone know if PayPal has some kinda concept like this as well? It will too hard logistically to get together physically to sign cheques etc in triplicate." It seems that PayPal does not have this feature. (See Imagine No Religion thread - page 8 for my opinion on this matter.) Let me know if more answer choices are needed! Vonnie

Feb 3, 2008 9 so far

Left Brain v Right Brain Test - which were you?

Using this test:,23739,22556678-23272,00.html determine if you are left or right brained and then complete this poll to see if there is bias towards right brained people in the group.

Nov 1, 2007 20 so far

Do you support the Federal Government's handling of the Mohammed Haneef case?

Jul 17, 2007 19 so far

Who do you think is a good example of an atheist to the general public?

Trying to understand the kind of atheist that appeals to the population.

May 16, 2007 17 so far

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