So, you are not a rabble-rouser?
Do you find you have other things in common with the christians? I would find it difficult to just lightly socialize. Lol, I'd want to just start talking about
humanism and secularism. Guess that wouldn't make me too popular, would it?
No, I am not a rabble-rouser even though I consider my self as a humanist, there is not a place near by that I can go to for light socialising without the need
to drink or to smoke apart from them. I discovered that some of their members like to talk about computing or technology and other things in general so it suit
me really well. Occasionally the pastor invited me to tea or meeting even though he probably know that I am a secular humanist. We get on pretty well! Sometimes
he would talk about the bible stuff and I there are times I politely disagreed with him of things in the bible and he seemed to be okay with that. He is not a
very forceful christian so it's okay to me. I get a sense of connection and community spirit which is good for my emotion. There are a few others go there
probably for the same things because they don't seem to be very religious. Now you see why I don't want to rock the boat cuz we got nowhere else to go to! If
humanist groups come to my town and can do the same the thing as the christian without the religion bit in it then that would be fantastic.