Secular Chaplain Subscribers around the World

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Sunflower Sun (Highland)

People “Follow” or Subscribe to blogs for many reasons.

Those who visit, comment and subscribe to Secular Chaplain are a Very Diverse Group around the World!

It’s good to think about why so many in the human family, from so many backgrounds and locations, are finding topics of interest here.

Take a Look at this Selection of Our Current Circle of Community:


What Countries are Represented on Secular Chaplain? 

In Africa (South Africa and Liberia)

Australia

United Kingdom

China

India

Norway

Pakistan

Philippines

Finland

Romania

Poland

Italy

Ireland

Switzerland

Israel

Canada (Ontario, British Columbia, and more)

United States

Virginia; West Virginia; North Carolina; Tennessee; Kansas; Texas; Nebraska; Colorado; Connecticut; Maryland; Alabama; Florida; Indiana; “Midwest”; “East Coast”; Southern California; Northern California; New York; Oregon; Washington State


Who Subscribes to Secular Chaplain?

Bloggers!

Writers/Authors

Teachers/Professors

College Students/Graduate Students

Chaplains

Parents

Youth

LGBTQ Persons

Therapists

Scientists

Poets

Artists

Editors

Filmmakers

Photographers

Musicians

Persons in “recovery”

Persons with “mental challenges”

Web Designers

Marketers/Salespersons

Fashion Designers

Travellers


What is the Faith/No Faith Breakdown on Secular Chaplain?

Atheists

Skeptics

Agnostics

Humanists

Freethinkers

Buddhists

Jews

Muslims

Christians

Progressives; Catholics; Evangelicals

Spirituals

New Agers

Pagans


Isn’t that pretty amazing?

Maybe you’re asking the same question I am:  What’s the common thread?  

I’m guessing that thread has something to do with the fact that we all, secular and spiritual, share the same “homeland” and want to learn to understand our world with all our different perspectives.  And I think we all want to contribute to making the world a better “home” for all of us.   

What do you think?

Secular Chaplain is for “thinking together,” asking the questions that need to be asked, and sometimes answered.

So I am pleased to “Welcome the World” to this Growing Circle of Reason and Inter-connection!

Whether you’re a nonbeliever, believer or simply curious, thank you for joining the conversation!

{I would suggest the image of the Sunflower might be a good one for this meeting of minds}

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3 thoughts on “Secular Chaplain Subscribers around the World

  1. Hey, I’m an atheist from Ireland. I live in a country where it’s legal for Christians (technically any religion, but not in practice) to discriminate against others on the grounds of faith, so it’s important to me to promote secularism.

    In my day to day life, my family, friends and coworkers are atheists or respect the position, but on the internet, religious people just find me. I came to blogging through grief, so I follow blogs like yours because I’m trying to surround myself with those who will respect my beliefs. It’s difficult enough.

    1. And it’s good to have you connected here, Siobhan. What you say is one major reason this blog was created. We all need support and encouragement when choosing another, more unpopular and less-travelled, path. Facing the discrimination of anyone as a united front is necessary and healthy. What many Christians forget is that secular nations or secular laws are meant to protect them too. But of course this gives no one the right to legislate their own sectarian morality (I wouldn’t want an “Atheist Nation” any more than a theocracy). I’d like to know more about a comparison between the radical split in America due to faith, and the Irish experience. Peace across the pond.

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