My Real Atheist Deconversion Story
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by Rebekah Kohlhepp
8M ago
I have always felt most at home in communities of nonbelievers. In my very first-ever blog post in 2016, I said this for the first time. The only problem is that I only know one atheist other than myself. I have almost no outlet for my discoveries or my questions. I hope that this blog acts as a way for me to go from being a rogue atheist to a member of a community of individuals who are either in a situation similar to my own or who were brave enough to be able to come out. I intend to share my experiences and discoveries with you as I make my way through works of atheistic literature, learn ..read more
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My Real Atheist Deconversion Story
She Seeks Nonfiction Blog » Exvangelical
by Rebekah Kohlhepp
2y ago
I have always felt most at home in communities of nonbelievers. In my very first-ever blog post in 2016, I said this for the first time. The only problem is that I only know one atheist other than myself. I have almost no outlet for my discoveries or my questions. I hope that this blog acts as a way for me to go from being a rogue atheist to a member of a community of individuals who are either in a situation similar to my own or who were brave enough to be able to come out. I intend to share my experiences and discoveries with you as I make my way through works of atheistic literature, learn ..read more
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Why I Can No Longer Support Brenda Marie Davies
She Seeks Nonfiction Blog » Exvangelical
by Rebekah Kohlhepp
2y ago
The crimes of white supremacy have not gone unrecorded. They are etched into the bodies of brown and black people the world over. Our scars, past and present, physical and emotional, bear witness to the violence white men and women insisted they were not inflicting. White society marked the bodies of women of color as a receptacle for its sins so that it may claim innocence for itself, and, as the chosen symbol of the innocent perfection of whiteness, the white damsel with her tears of distress functions as both denial of and absolution for this violence. Ruby Hamad, White Tears/Brown Scars ..read more
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