For those who still identify with religious mythology, but don’t believe their myths should be interpreted literally. And who really respect those who do not identify with their myths. I hope the rest of the religous world some day catches up.
About The Author
I'm an organizer of Louisville Atheists & Freethinkers, a stay-at-home mommy, and a student preparing for a future career in electronics. Some projects I am currently involved in are the Blasphemy in the Bluegrass podcast, the Kentucky Freethought Convention, and Louisville Families Beyond Belief.