Essay: Another atheist activist bites the dust
- 1 David Silverman
- 2 Aron Ra
- 3 Martin S. Pribble
- 4 PZ Myers likens Richard Carrier's future to a sinking ship. Will another atheist activist bite the dust?
- 5 I have 5 words for militant atheists
- 6 Don't miss these pictures with a caption
- 7 Some lyrics to the former atheist activist song
- 8 See also
- 9 References
Aron Ra: October 2017
Aron Ra is an atheist vlogger. Aron Ra is also a former president of the Atheist Alliance of America, In addition, he is a former Texas state-director of the American Atheists.
In 2017, Aron Ra wrote to some of his fellow atheists: "...since ya'll have effectively killed what was left of the atheist movement" (For details, please see Atheist Aron Ra indicates the atheist movement is dead. Now that that Aron Ra has surrendered....).
Now that that Aron Ra has surrendered....
All to Jesus I surrender. Humbly at His feet I bow...
Martin S. Pribble
"For the last five years I have considered myself an 'activist atheist.' I trolled Facebook and Twitter for theists and told them why they are wrong... But I’m through with it, and I no longer want to be part of the online atheist 'community.'"
PZ Myers likens Richard Carrier's future to a sinking ship. Will another atheist activist bite the dust?
I have 5 words for militant atheists
Some lyrics to the former atheist activist song
Glory, glory, hallelujah, when I lay my burdens down. Glory, glory, hallelujah, when I lay my burdens down.
- Leaving the Tribe by Martin S. Pribble.
- Hey! If you’re still on Facebook… by PZ Myers
- The “Atheism Movement:” Dead or Alive?, Freethought Blogs
- Atheist activist Seth Andrews keeps seeing reports on social media and the media that the atheist movement is dying, Examining Atheism
- Atheist Aron Ra indicates the atheist movement is dead. Now that that Aron Ra has surrendered...., Examining Atheism
- The Day the Atheist Movement Died by Jack Vance at Atheist Revolution
- Jennifer McCreight on Twitter about the Elevatorgate scandal destroying the atheist movement, Jen McCreight, Twitter
- The ghost of atheist past, Freethought Blogs