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Old 03-26-2018, 11:40 AM   #1
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Hi all!

I may be missing it, but I am noticing that there are quite a few spiritual/religious groups here, but nothing for the non-believers (or those simply questioning it).

If there is enough interest for such a group, I'd be happy to create a social group for it! Any input would be greatly appreciated.
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I would be interested in a group as well.
 
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https://forums.psychcentral.com/groups/skeptics.html

Not much discussion since the re-organization of the social groups.
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https://forums.psychcentral.com/groups/skeptics.html

Not much discussion since the re-organization of the social groups.
There's also this one, but it seems to have barely gotten off the ground:
https://forums.psychcentral.com/grou...-atheists.html

Whilst the safe harbor membership design of the social groups is probably intended to avoid conflict, it may also tend to isolate discussions, especially for folks who may identify with concepts from multiple groups.
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Social groups are started and maintained by individual members; we have no control over what topics members want to start a group on. If you're interested in a topic and don't see a social group on it, you're welcomed to start a new social group on that topic and let others know you've done so here or on the General Social Chat forum.
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I would be interested in joining the group if one got started.
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I'm new here, so I'm not that familiar with how social groups work. I am an agnostic though.
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As I wrote, there is already a group. Just click on Social Groups at the upper left.
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I agree with Pachy. Come join us in the skeptics group. I think you will find what you are looking for.
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Hi all!

I may be missing it, but I am noticing that there are quite a few spiritual/religious groups here, but nothing for the non-believers (or those simply questioning it).

If there is enough interest for such a group, I'd be happy to create a social group for it! Any input would be greatly appreciated.
Very, very interested.

First discussion that I would like to see is how an atheist can say they have a spiritual side/life?
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