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Atheist Anthems and Humanist Hymns

Stephen K.
StephenKahn
Group Organizer
Langley, WA
Post #: 46
As with almost everything else (except information about how the universe conducts itself), religionists have far more ammunition in the way of music to accompany themselves through life than we do. The have hymns, gospel music, chants, etc.

Do you have any favorite pieces of non-believer music?

Mine is the song, "Is That All There Is' performed by Peggy Lee (and quite a few other people). It is easy to find on YouTube, if you've never listened to it.

I can't sing with a hoot (unlike the rest of my family, which is quite musical), or I would lead the group in a sing along at the start of our next Meetup. Please enhance the discussion by listing your favorite piece of non-believer music.
Anne
librarianguish
Oak Harbor, WA
Post #: 4
"Is That All There Is" is a good one. Here's one of my favorites ~





I'll add more as I think of them.

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Stephen K.
StephenKahn
Group Organizer
Langley, WA
Post #: 48
That's great! Thanks.
Stephen K.
StephenKahn
Group Organizer
Langley, WA
Post #: 49
Let's see if this works. If it does, it's from Dan Barker (whom I've met) who was a youth preacher and gospel music leader.


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