Would you mind starting a thread defining your beliefs? I won't force the issue but consider it.
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So what say you? Are you a willing victim to really be scrutinized for your actual beliefs beyond your disbelief?
It sounds like fun, and I'd like to share some things with you. This is going to be a long list by the way I can't possibly list everything, but if you want to ask me a question, feel free. ( I reserve the right to not answer questions that are overly personal, or contravene good taste or forum rules.)
Disclaimer: The following things are things that I personally believe in and should not be taken to be the beliefs of atheists as a whole.
I believe that the current standard model of physics is a good description of how reality works.
I believe that dogs are better than cats.
I believe that while modern medicine is good, it needs a lot more funding.
I believe a lot more money should be made available to the NHS, I think the government should sack managers and increase NI contributions to achieve this.
I voted Conservative in the last election. I'm considering voting Lib Dem this time around though, I haven't totally made up my mind yet.
I believe that children should get the best education that is possible. I think that teachers are a big part of that and should be paid as professionals.
I believe that the theory of evolution is a good model that explains the diversity of life we see on this planet.
I believe that I might get fitter if I make the effort to get up earlier and jog into work rather than catch the train, then I might get a little fitter.
Feel free to pick something else, and I'll let you know about my beliefs on the matter.