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What We've Done

Atheism is often perceived as a taboo subject, a subject that people refrain from discussing, whether in private or public. Despite the fact that Atheism raises valid questions related to religion and God(s), atheists fear being judged for what they believe in or do not believe in when in conversation with those who position themselves on the other end of the spectrum. In recent years however, atheism has grown more popular and people are curious to learn more about the subject now than ever before.

In keeping with this developing trend, Atheist Republic has been working diligently since 2011 to educate its visitors about Atheism, secularism, humanitarianism and related topics so every person who has a question also believes there is a way to find an answer. In the last three years, Atheist Republic has managed to reach thousands of people across the world and accomplish many of the goals it set out to.

If you follow us regularly, you probably already know what we have done so far. However, for those of you who are new to our website, here is a comprehensive list of everything Atheist Republic has achieved to date:

Blog: Our blog encourages writers from across the world to contribute their experiences and opinions related to Atheism as well as religion.

News: This section is updated with news articles on a daily basis to inform readers about all the mayhem that is carried out in the name of religion in different countries.

Forum: Our forum is a unique place on the internet that not only encourages atheists to interact with each other but also allows space for atheists and believers to engage in conversation and healthy debates.

Gallery: With a large collection of memes that spark debates and interesting graphics that educate people, our gallery keeps growing every day.

Resources: The resource section on Atheist Republic has information pertaining to books, documentaries, movies, and even parenting advice!

Here, we must mention how Atheist Republic is nearing one million fans every passing second, and with your support, we know we would be there in no time. Our private group on Facebook is known to be the most active atheist group online. Join us today and you can start interacting with each one of us!

With a management team of more than 50 members from different countries including Britain, Iran, Philippines, Canada, India, Pakistan, Germany and Ecuador, Atheist Republic urges you to join us in any capacity you deem fit. We welcome bloggers, journalists, editors, social media managers, graphic designers, Drupal developers, strategists, SEO directors, YouTube video producers, and podcast producers. If you believe you have something valuable to offer us, please feel free to fill in your details!

Upcoming Projects

Atheist Republic was set up in 2011 to not only educate more people about Atheism but also help non-believers feel at par with believers. In this short period, the website has managed to establish how the truth is not necessarily what the majority believes in, and how it has played a crucial role in encouraging people to pose questions that require logical thinking and scientific evidence to be answered.

As reiterated time and again, Atheist Republic has in fact accomplished a lot in the last three years but the journey seems to have only begun. Our growing team is highly aware of the scope and opportunity that lies beyond the website and each member is equally driven to contribute in his or her own capacity to ensure Atheist Republic reaches all the readers, listeners, and viewers it can.

For those of you who crave audio-visual communication, there is plenty to look forward to in the near future. With podcasts and video clips in the pipeline, Atheist Republic hopes to reach out to a much larger fan base than it already has. Our content, which primarily revolves around various concepts of Atheism and religion, will soon be available not only on iTunes but also on our exclusive YouTube channel. Keep an eye out for us!

For those of you who identify with our cause to such an extent that you wish you could interact with other atheists in person and spend some exciting time with them, Atheist Republic hopes to arrange events at Atheist Republic hubs in different locations across the world, with the help of its ever-growing managerial team.

Not to forget, additional features and even more interesting sections will be added to our much popular forums that are already up and functioning. The website also plans to expand and launch versions of its current self in Spanish and Arabic, so we are very welcoming of individuals who believe they will be able to help us do the same. If you think you have what it takes to help us grow, feel free to join us today!

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Testimonials

Dawn Ruder
I came to Atheist Republic as a somewhat new atheist with no one to talk to about it. Since then I have acquired some of the best friends that anyone could ask for. We may not all agree on everything but we are supportive of each other. AR can really be a safe haven for somebody who has questions but nobody available to answer them.
- Dawn Ruder
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Donovan Jahnke
I don't know where to start! You give me hope I guess would be the biggest thing... Keep up the great work!
- Donovan Jahnke
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Matt Bowyer
This page... gives me an outlet that I don't have in the real world, living in a small, conservative town, surrounded by religious family members that I don't feel like I can talk to (Not even my own mother). I don't feel so isolated knowing that there are other people going through the same experience as me.
- Matt Bowyer
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AR is a community where atheists can be themselves and speak openly about topics that theists would typically chastise.
- Jason Miller
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Awesome support network!
- Diego Fuentes
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Daisy Josie Elliott
AR helped me to be able to proudly say I'm an atheist. Without feeling judged.
- Daisy Josie Elliott
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Fariz D'Cruz
Born in Malaysia to Muslim parents and grew up with Christians. I never been religious since small and I thought I was alone. Here I'm not alone and I'm found few friends from Malaysia
- Fariz D'Cruz
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Brent P. Reid
Keep up the good fight AR. You're helping a lot of people.
- Brent P. Reid
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Your articles are inspiring and written in a fashion for the average person to understand, and that is important if you intend at appealing to any theists.
- Antonios Cronus
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AR allows an outlet for me to logically discuss and debate sometimes taboo topics. I feel part of an atheist family and that its ok to not be closeted in my beliefs!
- Jon Doyle
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Great interesting new field for my curiosity. I'm interested for it very much. I`m so happy to be in such group, with the people with a same opinion.
- Gorska Vila
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I'm happy to find a place that I feel accepted in. I'm normally repressed or insulted for expressing perfectly logical discussions about religion. If we must accept and live amongst religion, then religion must accept us!
- Hannah
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Please keep up your amazing work. Groups like yours help atheists unite and allow us to have open minded discussion without fear of reprisal.
- David Mooney
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Umuvelevele
I am from Zambia, the only country in the world where 'Christian Nation' is inscribed in the constitution and the President has vowed to rule by the 10 commandments, so the few Atheists here are forced underground. AR is the only place of refuge for me.
- Ed Chizu
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I look for outlets like this to be around like- minded people. I'm new to Atheist Republic, so I am excited!
- L Hilbert
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I have been living in a country that intoxicate the young with religious fanaticism. It is really hard to break your shell and live outside the cloak of ignorance imposed by the adults. When you say something against their belief, their eyes pierce your body like bullets and their words will strike you down like a sword. This is the only place where I can be myself and not to be someone that society expects me to be.
- Jhay Are See
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I was raised in a very conservative Christian background – Jehovah's Witnesses to be specific. When I was about 17, I joined facebook like any other teenager but with an added twist. I had been doubting the religion of my family for quite some time. Long story short, if it wasn't for Atheist Republic, I would still feel like religion is a life-preserver instead of understanding that it more resembles a noose. I owe you all so much for saving me from the barbaric ideals that I once held as holy. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
- Ethan Roper
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When I first accepted who I was, and that I didn't believe as others did, I felt alone, ostricised, and afraid. It wasn't until I found Casper and AR, that I felt I could actually be who I was. That I wasn't alone. That I wasn't wrong, about what I didn't believe in. So if you are looking for a family that no matter the differences, or disagreements, will still accept you, then Atheist Republic, is your internet home away from home.
- Timothy "Grimlock" Brown
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Dear Athiest Republic Community, You are doing a very good job by posting such content in the public sphere. It helps other atheists to understand that they are not alone in having a disbelief in a supernatural being and opposing ridiculous trends of religion. Knowing that other people share the same concerns as yours regarding the outrageous religious traditions also helps them emotionally and mentally. Last but not least, your posts in public spheres help people to be at peace being an atheist in the midst of all the religious dogmas. Once again, Thanks for creating such an online community. Kindly yours, Nagsen R. Kamble
- Nagsen R. Kamble
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Dickenzee
I had false hopes for years, I saw friends of mine praying in vain, I questioned the existence of god to no avail. No one gave me answers. With AR, I have read, I have come to understand so much more. I love that I got to know about this site.
- Tiharihondijo Dickens
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My life is like a bird in cage who dreams about flying. Most my friends are religious. My family is muslims. I questioned about islam since the day i understand the meaning of Quran. Atheist Republic is like a hope for me to be completely myself. Yes i am still hiding for my own security
- Ave
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I have been a atheist for a few years now but I have never had any I can talk to about it. My entire family are Christians and when I bring it up, they get mad at me and try and convert me back to a christian. It always ends up in a fight between me and my dad. I have never truly felt alone in this world until I became a atheist But now that I have found this page and see that I am not the only one going through these types of problems, my life has been looking brighter and brighter and I don't fell all that alone any more. I'm happy this page is here and I'm happy that I have found it. I thank you very sincerely
- Dalton Shatswell
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I came out as an atheist about four years ago, and I haven't looked back at the times of the indoctrination my parents attempted to put me through. I feel like on this forum and with the help of fellow atheists I can tell my ideals to the world!
- Steven Glover
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Angela
When living in the Bible Belt, it's great to have a community to go to where one is not ostracized for being a non-believer!
- Angela Usher
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An individual is powerless against oppressive regimes of their country. The only long-term solution will come with education which is why sites like Atheist Republic are so important with the ability to bypass national frontiers and oppressive regimes!
- Pat Mc Ginley
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This website shows me how lost some people are and how hard their hearts are to the Gospel of Christ. They are blinded to the truth. It helps me know how to pray for the lost, that they would be convicted of God's deep love for them.
- God_loves_you
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Heather
I just want to thank you for creating such a great community. I grew up in a pretty strict christian household and it wasn't until I went to college that I began to step away from religion. Recently I had my first child and my best friend's mother took upon herself to tell me that I was responsible for my daughter's spiritual health and even though I don't believe in god I needed to "save" her. After this happened a couple more times, myself and another atheist friend of mine put her in her place and she hasn't bothered me since. I began following Atheist Republic right before this happened and it was such an amazing thought to know that there were other people out there who shared my thoughts. Atheist Republic really helped me keep my sanity while going through the criticism. Thank you!
- Heather
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You have no idea how this group has helped me by getting rid of stress. Whenever I have to come home from the cities I have to visit, I get to catch a breather from all the religious culture my country (Mexico) hangs all over the place. Although I have only been in the Atheist Republic Facebook page, I can firmly say that this site has a lot to offer, with tons of eager smart atheists to share. I wish I can do more for this site. I really do.
- Erasmo Vázquez
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I Am Home :) :) :)
- Alex Shaw
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I (personally) do not have anything against the person who chooses to believe in a deity, I only have a problem when the person wants to impose their beliefs on the next person. As long as the religious continue to force their beliefs into governmental institutions and all the umbrellas that govern all of us, I will have something to say. As long as children are indoctrinated at a tender age and forced to have their bodies strapped with explosives in the name of some idiots' fucked up beliefs, I will have something to say. As long as the sick, vulnerable and desperate people are ripped off by some lazy fucktards who dress in white suits and call themselves 'pastors' only to be told that they weren't healed because they apparently didn't have 'enough faith', I will most definitely have something to say. That's my take, I SALUTE THE FUCKING 'ATHEIST REPUBLIC' AND OTHER REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENTS LIKE IT!!!!
- Taelo Mathuloe
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glad to have found this site. glad to see that there are black atheists like me. at 63, have been atheist since i was 12. hid it for yrs, but it slowly started to come out, and many evangelinut friends tried to bring me back into the fold. i told them i could not come back, as i was never "in the fold," in the first place. sick of rightwing religious nuts tainting the waters between gov and church. thank gawd more and more young people are becoming nones
- s thomas
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Community is important, if we don't tackle the key issues of our time, we will never be completely satisfied. Thanks Atheist Republic for giving us a voice.
- Gabriel Antonio Da Silva
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Preston O'neal
One thing I explicitly enjoy about this group is that even through the good and bad experiences we all may have shared in this group, AR is deeply and inherently a group full of caring, kind-hearted individuals that enjoy the time they spend helping others in ways that many other organizations have attempted and failed to do. No matter what area of the world you may come from, there is a giant home for all of us to live in right here with a massive family of atheists who all promote and share different ideas that we can work together on to accomplish great things. And THAT is exactly what creates a good site on the internet. I am proud to say from an IT standpoint, that with your help, another wonderful addition to the global bandwidth of the internet has been made with both Atheist Republic Masterminds and now a support group linked within the AR website. I applaud the work and efforts of the administration and community alike.
- Preston O'neal
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Dejan Savic
I live in the country that was under communist regime at the time I grew up, so I was not pressured to be a part of the Eastern Orthodox Christianity, that was predominant in my culture. After the fall of the communism, many discovered religion, and it became integral part of Serbian identity; but even in these new circumstances, I can freely express my lack of belief, without fear of any consequence. I have a freedom to express myself, but I lacked the friends' understanding. Your vision of Atheist Republic made a leeway for people like me to find each other. There, I found many people whose friendship is of outmost importance to me. People that I think of as a part of my family. Friends with whom I can be myself, without fear of them not understanding, so I no longer feel lonely or lost. In there, I also found the love of my life; the woman that is perfect in every possible way. Your vision created the path for us to find each other. I can only imagine of how much importance this is to people whose lives can even be at stake if they freely express themselves. I want to thank you for having the vision that made all this possible.
- Dejan Savić
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ATHEISM
I became atheist since last year may 2014. I grew up in an Islamic family. AR is great platforum to express your thoughts and meet with same like minded people. I'm happy that now I'm a atheist - but now it's very hard for me to still live in an islamic state. Trying to found the way to get out from this state and live somewhere else with freedom.
- Sarah
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I'm just from somewhere in the EAST of AFRICA where the word "atheist" still suprises people, AR helped me to feel that I'm not the only one and this boosted my confidence! keep helping others especially here where we are still few !
- Arsène I. MUHIRE
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I grew up in a muslim family where traditions are followed blindly. My family follows Islam with all their heart and energy. I also used to be the same till I started finding reasons and logic behind the teachings. No one in my family or circles know about me being an athiest. I find this a good platform to share my views and know more about the facts one should know and to increase my knowledge base.
- Suhhail
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I grew up a Catholic, very superstitious and religious (still don't really get the difference) because I was raised that way. I thought God to be everything good, at least I wanted to believe that until I gazed into his supposed character inscribed in the bible. I came to realize that it was the worst character ever written in print I mean theists call him righteous but he is guilty of every sin against humanity. I still didn't want to accept this or more honestly, I was afraid of hell if I ever questioned his holiness..... I came to a partial settlement that God made men, and then men made religion. Sounds a bit logical but it still didn't add up. I then came across the argument of morality versus salvation by Dan Barker (President of the FRFF) and all my questions were answered. Felt good making sense out of my own beliefs for a while, but then there is this loneliness that haunts you, I wouldn't come out to anyone, I'm from Zimbabwe, a modern day medieval society; you have no idea, we still get stories of witchcraft in newspapers down here and the government is informally theocratic, a 91 year old dictator who has ruled for 35 years through democratic means because church leaders say God chose him, and yes, homosexuality will get you a 5 year jail sentence. The secular world is very alien down here and so I became a digital Atheist. Atheist Republic became my safe heaven and provided me with refuge from all the religious prejudice I have to put up with every single day. I think religion is an insult to humanity as it is based on an assumption that we are a mistake by God (Genesis 6:6-7) and only a human sacrifice of his son who we should embrace forever are we purified and through this barbaric concept of human sacrifice shall we escape God's wrath (John 3:16). Anyone is free to believe that crap but they poison children with bigotry and hatred building up religious prejudice, they believe their imaginary friend is in command of everyone's life and we all should be thankful for his grace despite his evil nature; how's that for an insult? Everything went wrong when religion hijacked morality and humanity which we Southern Africans called ubuntu before the European missionaries came with a bible in one hand and a gun in the other. The gun was better because if you live by the gun you die by it, it led to the fall of the apartheid and colonialism, but the bible still haunts the mentality of my fellow country men to this very day. I support Atheist Republic and I hope its impact and message would spread to places like Zimbabwe where the secular community is in hiding afraid of stigma.
- Takudzwa Mazwienduna
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Am from ethiopia where a christianity is dominant...I have been an atheist for a few years now but I have never had any one I can talk to about it. My entire family are christians and when I bring it up, they get mad at me and try and convert me back to a christian. It always ends up in a fight between me and my religion freak family. Thanks AR for your greatest community.
- John Alpha
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