Interact Online

Atheist Community of Austin hosts a handful of email discussion groups on Yahoo. Participation is free in these groups. Please read carefully to be sure that you subscribe to the correct lists. We recommend getting a Yahoo identity and associating your subscription with that identity, though it is not strictly necessary to do so. These lists are the property of the Atheist Community of Austin, and we maintain our right to block anyone at any time. Subscribers who display consistently rude and/or disruptive behavior, or who frequently post messages that are off-topic, may be removed from the mailing list with or without warning. Removing people is at the sole discretion of the moderator. Although we try to be fair about this, retribution against rude people may be swift and arbitrary. To contact the moderator of the Yahoo groups, you can do so through our contacts page.

If you feel that you have been removed from the list unfairly, you may appeal the matter by appearing at one of our weekly meetings.

Lists open to all atheists

These groups are for discussion on atheist topics by non-theists. Please note that these discussion groups are for non-theists only. They were created for atheists who are weary of the god-no god debate and wish to move on to atheist-specific discussions. If you post messages to these groups arguing for the existence of god, against the validity of evolution, etc., you will be asked to move the discussion to ask-list, which is the appropriate forum for those topics; if you continue to post on such topics after being asked not to, you will be barred from posting.

To join, click one of the groups on the left column and follow the instructions. To post a message, click the appropriate posting addresses, or just send email to the address shown.

Atheist Community of Austin

The Atheist Community of Austin is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to promoting positive atheism and the separation of church and state. The ACA serves the local Austin community through outreach programs, providing informational resources and various volunteer activities. In addition, the ACA serves the community-at-large through free online portals including informational wikis, regular audio/video podcasts and interactive blogs.

We define atheism as the lack of belief in gods. This definition also encompasses what most people call agnosticism.

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