Metro State Atheists

Promoting Science, Reason, and Secular Values


1. General Info:

2. Follow us on Twitter! @metroatheists

3. Joel Guttormson–  Co-founder, Former President,  & former Vice President

4. Cynthia Feist- Vice President

5. Michael Caffrey- President

6. Elle Baravik- Public Relations

7. Chalmer Wren– Non-Student Adviser, Co-founder, former Treasurer, & former Vice President (Click name for bio)

6. Norman Shcultz – Faculty Adviser




  1. thanks for your efforts in the midwest and mountain regions. i’ve lived there and know the oppression by the christian fundamental groups as i used to be among them. i’ve recovered and not concerned with either god or his absense—don’t entertain arguing against as its the flip side of the same coin. none the less, i like that you are really trying to encourage depate and rational thinking. thank you, thank you, thank you.

    Comment by damon | November 14, 2008

  2. Hello,

    Do you happen to have any information about groups like yours in the Greensboro, NC area? I am an atheist in the bible belt and the last 8 years have really worn me down. It would be nice to find some like minded people to talk to.

    Comment by Me | November 14, 2008

  3. You are quite the despicable group of folks, are you not? To filth the countryside with billboards against God is an offense against those of us who believe in Him. Your arrogance and your lack of humanness is atrocious. You’ve a right to believe what you will – but to make mockery of beliefs that founded our nation – your freedoms – is blatantly un-American. You obviously feel no shame for your actions – but perhaps we can do a little something about advertising your members, boycotting their homes and businesses? Would you be so kind as to send us your membership list please? You’ve nothing to fear, of course, since you have no fear of God.

    Comment by oly graham | November 14, 2008

  4. Hello Oly,

    The billboards are not in anyway against God or directed at believers. The billboards are only directed at non-believers. Just like any other advertisement, you ignore the ones that don’t apply to you. Stop being so dramatic.

    Comment by Metro State Atheists | November 14, 2008

  5. Hi Oly,

    So why is it alright for believers to create large billboards full of religious propoganda? Maybe I could get a list of your members and boycott them. You don’t have anything to worry about either since God will save your butt.

    Comment by not a hypocrite | November 14, 2008

  6. I’d like to see you take a cheap shot at Islam.

    As long as you cowards pick on Christianity, Islamists will leave you alone.

    Allah Akbar (God Is Great,..but sheep are better)

    Comment by Mahatma Coat | November 15, 2008

  7. [being sarcasm]Gosh, it’s good to see mature and reasonable comments from believers.[end sarcasm]

    “Would you be so kind as to send us your membership list please?”

    I would love to share my full name and business contact information with you! You first….

    Comment by Diva | January 19, 2009

  8. “I’d like to see you take a cheap shot at Islam.

    As long as you cowards pick on Christianity, Islamists will leave you alone.

    Allah Akbar (God Is Great,..but sheep are better)”

    Islam is oppressive, sexist, and false.

    Comment by Metro State Atheists | January 31, 2009

  9. Hey there, thanks for the response on my blog. I’d love it if you added me to your blogroll. I’ve already added MSA.

    Thanks, keep up the good work.

    Comment by Godless American | February 23, 2009

  10. Welcome to the wonderful, guilt-free world of Reason!

    Comment by Ron Stauffer | June 3, 2009

  11. I would like to contribute to your food for banned books campaign but I won’t use paypal. What address should I send a check to?

    Comment by mkb | July 29, 2009

  12. Please email me at to obtain that information. I am happy to give it out but not publicly on a comment.

    Comment by Metro State Atheists | July 29, 2009

  13. Oly: If you’re a Christian, why are you even on an atheist blog?

    A couple of things:

    1) The nation was not founded on Christian beliefs. The founders of the nation were deists, not Christians.

    2) Sorry, but not everybody in the world believes in your God. This doesn’t make them arrogant.

    3) What does “lack of humanness” mean?

    4) How is it un-American not to be a Christian? Does this mean that Jews, Muslims, and Buddhists can’t be American? Or are you saying that only believers in a God can be American? Either way, it’s silly.

    5) And what’s the filth thing all about?

    Comment by malapropism2 | July 15, 2010

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