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Andrew S.


Smithfield, UT
Hometown: Vernal, UT

Member since:

March 26, 2014

Please tell us something about yourself and your interest in Humanism.

I don't believe in anything supernatural, or what I would consider superstitious. However, just being atheist leaves a hole in my life that my old community used to fill. The few other atheists I know don't quite understand what it's like to transition away from being deeply entrenched in religion, and so I can't have a meaningful conversation with them about it. I'm just curious what kind of community and support exists for people transitioning away from religion.

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I'm a plasma physicist living in San Diego. I grew up in Utah and was raised as a Mormon. I am married, and we have a brand new baby girl. A few years ago I started questioning my belief in God and quickly became atheist.

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