lunadelcorvo: (Abstinence doesn't work)
: : : L u n a d e l C o r v o : : : ([personal profile] lunadelcorvo) wrote in [community profile] debunkingxian2017-04-19 05:18 pm

Invitation to a new community

(X-posted to a few relevant communities; please pardon me if you see this more than once, but do feel free to share!)

While I still hope that this comm will revive itself, I have gone ahead and started [community profile] anti_theocracy, a new community dedicated to gathering resources & information on theocracy and the activities of the religious right in the post-Obama era.

It is more imperative than ever that we be aware of what our politicians, religious and cultural leaders are up to, and what they stand for. I hope to make [community profile] anti_theocracy, a clearinghouse and resource for anyone concerned with religious overreach both in the US and abroad.

Please come by and join! I hope to have some solid informational pieces up in the next few days, and I welcome contributions from members.

Here is our Profile Page that has posting guidelines, and a little bit about the purpose of the community.

It's open for everyone to join, so I hope to see some folks there!
elf: Smiling South Park-style witch with big blue floppy hat and inverted pentacle (Witchy)

[personal profile] elf 2017-04-19 09:26 pm (UTC)(link)
I am happy to see a new community focused on the struggle against Christian kyriarchy.

I hope to revive this one, but even if this were incredibly active, it wouldn't be focused on the political side of things. I've joined [community profile] anti_theocracy and am looking forward to participating. :)
makamu: (Default)

[personal profile] makamu 2017-04-20 07:51 am (UTC)(link)
I am not in the US and Christianity in my part of the world is a lot more laid back about things generally, but I'd also be interested in reading and helping with this issue. I am currently a polytheistically-minded agnostic, so I hope it's all right if I join?
makamu: (facepalm by nerwende)

[personal profile] makamu 2017-04-20 12:28 pm (UTC)(link)
And as I said, one doesn't need to be atheist to be horrified by some of the stuff these religious extremists are putting out there..

No, I don't think so, either. I think many European Christians, even when thinking of themselves as religious, would be pretty horrified as well. I hope it's all right when I am asking questions - I am very fascinated by topics like this. Please tell me if/when I am bothering you and I'll shut up :)