Agnostic.com is a non-profit and non-prophet community for people who are naturally good without any gods. Our members have a wide range of views about what the site should be about. For some, it's a place to nurture humanist or non-religious principles. For others, it's a place to recover from a religious past or to reaffirm one's atheism.
We hope to provide a safe place for people to share their thoughts and opinions, get involved in secular causes, keep up with news, and even meet others.
Note: we share members and content (e.g., groups and posts) with our sister site at https://humanist.com. Members can hide their profile from agnostic.com on the bottom of their settings page.
We want to be defined by principles and not what we don't believe.
Agnostic.com is a non-profit organization that doesn’t charge anything for the use of the site nor do we take donations. Our funding comes from private individuals who want to promote a positive image of atheists, agnostics, humanists and other secular views. Read more on our FAQ page.
We would love it if you could promote this community to people you know. You can use the links here if you want to see who signs up. Thanks!
If you want to make donations to similar causes we suggest the following organizations. While we are independent, we have made significant contributions ourselves.
American Humanist Association
The AHA strives to bring about a progressive society where being “good without a god” is an accepted way to live life. They accomplish this through the defense of civil liberties and secular governance, by outreach to the growing number of people without religious belief or preference, and through a continued refinement and advancement of the humanist worldview.
Freedom From Religion Foundation
The Freedom From Religion Foundation is a watchdog organization working to keep church and state separate and has had many significant legal accomplishments nationwide. They have taken and won more challenges of the "faith-based initiative" than any other national group to date. The national Foundation has brought more than 85 First Amendment lawsuits since 1977, and keeps several Establishment law challenges in the courts at all times.
Since 1963, American Atheists has protected the absolute separation of religion from government and raised the profile of atheists and atheism in our nation’s public and political discourse. American Atheists appears to take a more adversarial stance that religious views are wrong than the other two organizations.