The idea for this room is to highlight the genius of the unwieldy name: a place to share and discuss content about issues of atheism/agnosticism/secular humanism from a truly skeptical and non-religious point of view.
It's difficult to label lack of belief (much like "not collecting stamps" doesn't work as a hobby). Names like "brights" are kind of lame, and neither "skeptic" nor "atheist" is comprehensive enough. Maybe AASFSHNR will catch on?
[THIS your brain on "God". Say NO to "God".] http://is.gd/EOwU9Z Science Daily God as a drug: The rise of American megachurches ~ American megachurches use stagecraft, sensory pageantry, charismatic leadership and an upbeat, unchallenging vision of Christianity to provide their congregants with a powerful emotional religious experience - http://www.sciencedaily.com/release...
Does common every day faith exist? I am not talking about religious faith or a belief in any sort of supernatural beings or deities. Or even a belief in an afterlife. I am talking about ordinary every day beliefs in things for which you have no proof, common to the events of everyday life. Looking for answers from atheists only, please.