Questionnaire for fellow sceptics, agnostics and atheists

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by Neil Godfrey

Some of us might be interested in assisting with a survey for a project aimed eventually at publishing a book for those who have “deconverted” and embraced an atheistic/agnostic outlook on life.

Rick Dean who embraces an atheist/naturalist worldview after having been a “believer” himself has put up a questionairre on the net and explains its purpose:

Teologye.com is a research tool and will evolve as projects develop and/or are completed.  I am currently researching and will be reporting on religious deconversions while focusing on the problems often faced by former believers during the process of “losing one’s faith”.

If, from an initial faith-based perspective, you have experienced a loss of faith or have reached the conclusion that the world around us was formed via natural processes instead of supernatural intervention I would very much like to hear from you.

The links are:



When I asked for a little more information Rick explained:

This is a private project.  I am an analyst at a Fortune 500 company and recently (within the past 2 years) “deconverted” to an atheistic/naturalist worldview.  I am also a writer.  My goal is to publish a book for others who have adopted and atheistic/agnostic view on the world around them.  Along with focusing on some of their experiences I will also be addressing some of the arguments for/against god that they have struggled with along the way.

Rick has an email address on the project’s site that you can use to make further inquiries.

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