All Sites — The best unintentionally sexual church signs.
05/19/13 1 comments From Jeremy — They say the truth will set you free, but first, it will piss you off. This site is a perfect example of that. I think a lot of people on the fence could benefit from the info this site offers. It takes the tenets of Christianity and argues the points one by one. really good stuff! 
05/18/13 0 comments From EyesOnFire — For over twelve years SilentLambs have fought to protect the rights of Jehovah’s Witness children with regard to sexual abuse issues. In the process of continuing this work they discovered a growing number of requests for legal assistance in dealing with Jehovah’s Witnesses in court. They helped in …
08/16/12 0 comments From Jeremy — his website has been launched to give voice to millions of Jehovah’s Witnesses around the world who would not normally have the opportunity to say what they really think about the Watch Tower Society, or the teachings and practices of the Governing Body. Opinions cannot survive if one has no chan…
06/24/12 0 comments From Jeremy — "Created by an ex-Jehovah's Witness turned atheist, Atheist Geek News is both funny and moderately informative." Not intended for the “overly sensitive” or “politically correct” crowds.
06/08/12 1 comments From Jeremy — The eschatology of Jehovah's Witnesses is central to their religious beliefs. The religion's doctrines surrounding 1914 are the legacy of a series of emphatic claims regarding the years 1799, 1874, 1878, 1914, 1918 and 1925 made in the Watch Tower Society's publications between 1879 and 1924.
03/02/12 0 comments From Jeremy — Reddit's exJW subsection.
06/28/11 1 comments From Jeremy — This series explains the scientific evidence for our origins, from the Big Bang to the human migration out of Africa, in a way that most 7th-graders would understand. It challenges people who believe we were created by a deity 6,000 years ago to confront the evidence instead of ignoring it.
02/14/11 0 comments From Jeremy — This is why it's important to make new friends and meet with them regularly. A new study suggests that leaving a strict religion makes people more likely to live unhealthily, becoming more susceptible to negativity and stress. It can also lead to losing friends and acquaintances who remain devout, …
10/02/10 1 comments From Jeremy — Truth is defined as conformity with fact or reality. It is based on the most current available evidence and facts, not personal opinions, traditions or authority. This site has one main goal, to share and promote the truth.
08/21/10 0 comments From Jeremy