Announcing our new Community Site

August 15, 2007 at 11:59 pm 4 comments, our new community site, is now online. This community site is an extension of the d-C blog. Both sites offer resources for religious skeptics or de-converted religious apostates in their own unique way: while the blog tenders opinion pieces primarily relating to the Christian de-conversion experience, our new community site extends the experience to all religious skeptics and apostates throughout the online populace while introducing a variety of additional options.

Upon visiting the home page of, a guest will be able to see the latest articles written by any member of the de-Conversion community. Articles fall into one of the categories or special features that deal with the subject of religion and/or non-religion. There are categories that center on reviews, such as book, film, journal, or even reviews of religious institutions. Other categories are more philosophical in nature, dealing with ethics, science, and theology. In addition, we keep up on the latest religious news through our investigate journalism section, “God News.”

We also have a forum where community members may discuss any number of topics, including ideas that have been brought up in featured articles. The forum will continue to expand as our community does.

Our gallery includes images from our community members. We stress that original photographs are preferred, but some of the stuff we find on the web is just so darn funny. Check out the various sections of the gallery by clicking on the link in the navigation menu. As with all sections of the website, submissions are welcome by any member.

The site continues to be under construction, but the sooner that you join and submit articles, the sooner we can get officially up and running. If you have any questions, click “Contact” on the navigation menu or express yourself on our forum.

– The d-C Team

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New Age Christianity The Meaning of Life: Part I of II

4 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Zoe  |  August 16, 2007 at 9:13 am

    Love it!

  • 2. Brad  |  August 16, 2007 at 12:48 pm

    Wow. Seriously, how do you guys do it? We just expanded over at Confessions of a Seminarian (you may be a little proud, I hope!), and I barely have the time to keep up.

    Seriously, how do you guys do it?

    I’m excited that the forum for discussion is expanding. It’s tough to be really excited for you all considering your mission is the exact opposite of ours, but I wholly respect your passion, drive, and search for truth. I sincerely pray you find it (and not in the “shove the gospel down your throat” kind of praying, either).

    Never stop questioning!


  • 3. Heather  |  August 16, 2007 at 1:14 pm


    It’s tough to be really excited for you all considering your mission is the exact opposite of ours, but I wholly respect your passion, drive, and search for truth.

    This was nicely phrased, in the fact that you’re happy for those who have found “like-minded” people (I mean that sincerely, not sarcastically). At least none of us are going it alone.

  • 4. Justin  |  August 16, 2007 at 10:13 pm

    I’ve been a part of this blog since it’s relative beginning, and it has been exciting to see it grow.

    Although I agree with Brad 🙂

    d-C contributor and

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