Neil Carter is a blogger at Godless in Dixie, where he writes about being an atheist in the Deep South. He’s a teacher, a personal trainer, and a father.
I spoke with Neil about what it’s like being non-religious in Mississippi, the “evandelism” that followed his coming out, and the importance of having someone to talk to when you have religious doubts.
If you’d like to support Neil’s work, you can donate to his Patreon page right here.
(Full disclosure: Neil’s blog is hosted on Patheos, as is Friendly Atheist.)
Here’s a link to the CBS Sunday Morning segment that featured Neil.
If you need someone to talk to about your religious doubts, call the Hotline Project.