Friday, February 17, 2012


Rebecca Hensler started a support group for grieving atheists to help them deal with loss and death without religion. RNS photo by Mark Hundley.

Topics: Ethics, Death & Dying,
Beliefs: Freethought (Atheist, Humanist, Agnostic)
Tags: atheist, death and dying, grief, grief and sorrow, rebecca hensler

Grief without God is a challenge for nonbelievers

(RNS) If you're an atheist who loses a child or loved one, there's no hope of a reunion in the afterlife. The absence of the comfort of religious ritual is one of the hardest adjustments for unbelievers, leading some nonbelievers to craft support groups and resources for grief without God. By Kimberly Winston.
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