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An ex-Muslim's story, Armin Navabi's message, the struggle of being an atheist in the black community, a former minister turned atheist and more on this tenth episode of the Atheist Republic Voicemails. Listen to their messages.
Speaker one, an ex-Muslim who talks about how he escaped ultra-conservative Saudi Arabia and found happiness and religious freedom in Germany.
Armin Navabi, the founder of Atheist Republic, is the second speaker and replied to the first speaker's message.
Speaker three voices out his frustration over Islam. He speaks about the hypocrisy he’s witnessed amongst religious people. How they abuse societies frameworks to get their way (While permanently damaging the society around them.) Mosques can be built anywhere but for other religions, it is not easy to build their churches.
Speaker four talks about what it’s like to be black and atheist. Plus the struggles he faces being an atheist in the black community.
The fifth speaker shares his feeling of being alone in Bangladesh but still hopes that we can change the world.
Speaker sixth is a 44-year-old old ordained minister turned atheist. You’ll love listening to this person’s journey of transformation and what it was like to go from leading a church…to realizing everything they believed is a lie.
The seventh speaker is a young woman who describes how atheism freed her from a life of fear and how liberating it is to think whatever she likes now.
Speaker eight is another Saudi man who describes the sheer courage it took to quit Islam for a new life. Armin Navabi responded to his question about consulates near him.
The last speaker deep dives into the atheist world view and refutes many of the strongest arguments made by Christians and religious people.
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