May 25, 2010
Implicit atheist, anti-faith, anti-religious, and anti-theistic. While I can see past faith or religion in another, I see them as mistakes that we've made as a culture. Faith is simply a confirmation bias, and religion is using that bias to try to explain the universe. I can't imagine a poorer way of going about discovering our existence. I am also a humanist; I see the individual as heavily reliant on society, and so our personal interest is often met by serving others.
That's a long, "It depends" We'll say that I've been a non-monotheist since the age of 12, a transition between 14-17 from pantheist/polytheist to pantheist/atheist, and from there onward varying views on implicit atheism.
Posting on the Idaho Press Tribune website, where I found some of the early members.
I tend to schedule the events for Saturdays. However, Sundays work well for family oriented events. While we are not a dedicated family group, I'm willing to offer WVFT's resources to foster one.
If the popular omni-loaded monotheistic god were to exist, I wouldn't need to ask anything. This god would be able to anticipate my questions, and answer them before they are asked.
I'm the organizer for WVFT. I've been doing this for a couple of years now, and enjoyed playing my part in the secular community.