When Scott Savage was a kid, he took the advice of his 7th grade Sunday School teachers seriously, and read the Bible – Cover to cover. It destroyed his faith. “It scared me first,” Savage said, “I remember sitting in the back row of church, reading those parts they never bring up in church and spontaneously thinking, ‘Holy shit! God is an evil monster!,’ and then being fearful of getting struck by lightning. Now, has moved into being more open about his atheism to help others not feel as alone as he felt during his early years of serious doubt.