Fear Mongering
Ex- Atheists
R. Dawkins
B. Russell
D. Hume 
Atheists and Divorce
The Greatest Minds and God
Nobelists and God
Is God Cruel?
Is Christianity Evil?
Bible Contradictions?
About God and Jesus Christ
Great Theistic Works
God's Existence Sites
C. Hitchens
S. Harris
P. Pullman
Open Letter to Atheist/Agnostic-Jews
Open Letter to Christians Who Embraced Atheism
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"We Believe in God" -- The Greatest Minds Believed,204,203,200_.jpg


 Is God Cruel?

The Dawkins Delusion?

There Is a God

Mere Christianity  C.S. Lewis

Darwin on Trial

The Edge of Evolution

Intelligent Design

The Fingerprint of God

The Creator and the Cosmos

Creation As Science

The Cell's Design

Understanding Intelligent Design

Icons of Evolution

The Language of God

What's So Great About Christianity







(As stated on their web sites)

Militant atheism is becoming a powerful foe of religion worldwide. Militant atheists are determined to free the world of any vestige of religion and God. To do so, some atheistic organizations are adopting an evangelical approach meant to proselytize and convert. Their organizations are well funded and well organized. Though they hide their true intents behind a veneer of seemingly honorable aims, such as defending human rights, their final intentions are far from honorable and innocuous. This section is meant to make manifest their true intentions and their long-term agenda.

Freedom From Religion Foundation

Stated Agenda

"The Freedom From Religion Foundation, Inc., is an educational group working for the separation of state and church. Its purposes, as stated in its bylaws, are to promote the constitutional principle of separation of state and church, and to educate the public on matters relating to nontheism."

<> (18 Feb. 2007).


This foundation has become the most formidable foe of religion in America. It invests large amounts of money into battling religion and has already been successful in the following areas:

  • Won the first federal lawsuit challenging direct funding by the government of a faith-based agency
  • Overturned a state Good Friday holiday
  • Won a lawsuit barring direct taxpayer subsidy of religious schools
  • Removed Ten Commandments monuments from public lands
  • Ended bible instruction in public schools after 51 year practice
  • Halted prayer at public institutions
  • Stopped direct subsidy to religious schools
  • Ended commencement prayers at a Top Ten University after 122 years of practice
  • Ended distribution of Gideon bibles in public schools.
  • Brought nearly 30 First Amendment lawsuits since 1977, and keeps several Establishment law challenges in the courts at all times.

<> (18 Feb. 2007).

Approach Used to Spread Agenda

  • Files lawsuits!
  • Publishes Freethought Today
  • Sponsors annual high school and college atheist based essay competitions with cash awards
  • Conducts, annual national conventions, honoring the "Freethinker of the Year" for state/church activism, a "Freethought Heroine" and student activists
  • Bestows "The Emperor Has No Clothes" Award to public figures for their criticism of religion
  • Promotes freedom from religion with educational products, bumperstickers, music CDs, winter solstice greeting cards and literature
  • Publishes useful atheist books
  • Provides speakers for events and debates
  • Established a freethought book collection at the University of Wisconsin Memorial Library as well as a 2,000-volume office collection

<> (18 Feb. 2007).



"Morality is human-made, not ordained. Freethinkers judge conduct by its intent and consequences to the welfare of individuals, humankind and the planet as a whole. Freethinkers are responsible for their own actions, and do not blame or credit the supernatural, or respond to bribes of an "afterlife" or threats of hellfire. The only "higher power" we can truly invoke lies in our own minds and our own intelligence." (Emphasis mine throughout)

Author's comment: This is, of course, highly subjective stuff, for each human being judges consequences very subjectively and is subject to selfish forces within the human mind that do not necessarily take others into account. Have atheists forgotten about their atheist father's warning, Sigmund Freud, that the evil "ID" within man is always ready and willing to affect our decisions in very egotistical ways?

"Freethinkers accept the natural world, and reject the unproved and primitive supernatural myths about gods, devils, angels, magic, life-after-death and the suspension of natural laws ("miracles") through wishful thinking ("prayer"). We hope that someday humanity will outgrow god-ideas much as children outgrow literal belief in Santa Claus."

Author's comment: They, of course, don't just hope; they will do their utmost to make sure it will happen.

<> (18 Feb. 2007).

The Ten Commandments

"Do study the ten commandments! They epitomize the childishness, the vindictiveness, the sexism, the inflexibility and the inadequacies of the bible as a book of morals."

"In essence, the first four commandments all scream that "the lord thy god" has an uneasy vanity, and like most dictators, must resort to threats, rather than intellectual persuasion, to promote a point of view.... How can anyone not perceive the pettiness, bluster, bombast and psychotic insecurity behind the first four commandments? We are supposed to respect this!"

Please read, Ten Great Proofs of God's Existence, as a rebuttal to their views on the Ten Commandments.

<> (18 Feb. 2007).

Jesus Christ

"On the whole, Jesus said little that was worthwhile. He introduced nothing new to ethics (except hell). He instituted no social programs. Being "omniscient," he could have shared some useful science or medicine, but he appeared ignorant of such things (as if his character were merely the invention of writers stuck in the first century)."

"Why is Jesus so special? It would be more reasonable and productive to emulate real, flesh-and-blood human beings who have contributed to humanity--mothers who have given birth, scientists who have alleviated suffering, social reformers who have fought injustice--than to worship a character of such dubious qualities as Jesus."

<> (18 Feb. 2007).

Author's comment: This is an inane remark that conflicts sharply with the views of the greatest minds that have shaped our world (See God and the Greatest Minds). Please also note the opinion that the following great minds had of Jesus Christ.

Albert Einstein

“If one purges the Judaism of the Prophets and Christianity as Jesus Christ taught it of all subsequent additions, especially those of the priests, one is left with a teaching which is capable of curing all the social ills of humanity.”

Einstein, Albert, “Christianity and Judaism.” Seelig, Cal Ed. Albert Einstein: Ideas and Opinions. New York: Three Rivers Press, 1982, 184-185.


“There is in the world only one figure of absolute beauty: Christ. That infinitely lovely figure is, as a matter of course, an infinite marvel.”

Sandoz, E. Political Apocalypse, Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1971, 42.


American Atheists

Founded by Madalyn O'Hair, the litigant in the famous case which removed Bible reading and prayer recitation from public schools.

Stated Agenda




<> (19 Feb. 2007).


Religious groups should not be tax-exempt.

"We have the right to be free of an enormous tax burden in order to support the few people who do go to church regularly."

"We think that giving churches subsidy by permitting them to remain tax-exempt is an unconstitutional violation of the basic principle of separation of state and church."

"Religion is responsible for the increase in child neglect, child abuse, abortion..."

"Organized religion has been a major opponent of the distribution of birth control information, the lack of which has led to the increased incidence of child neglect, child abuse, and above all, the use of abortion "as a birth control measure."

Religion should not oppose various forms of co-habitation.

"Marriage and divorce laws should be based on the individual desires of the participants in the relationship. Neither the state nor the church has any right to say with whom you can cohabit. That is your exclusive freedom as an individual."

Religion is anti-women.

"Religion is antifeminist. The principal opposition to the passage of the Equal Rights Amendment was from religious groups. The cornerstone of Christianity is the domination of the female by the male. If you are a woman, you must abandon religion first before you can talk equality. The position of women in any religious system is below that of men."

Religion is anti-science.

"Religion is anti-science. Religious dogmas can never be verified through the scientific method. Therefore, science is the enemy of religion. Through the scientific method it has been proven that Earth is not 6,000 years old as Christianity claims. Human virgin birth is not possible. Transubstantiation is not possible. The church must retard science, for its spread means increased explanation of human questions and the lessening of the need for a faith solution."

Religion is anti-life.

"Most important of all, the worst intrusion of religion into your life is religion's anti life teachings. Life is not important, says the church. It is only valuable as a preparation for death and life after death -- the real importance is placed on the "afterlife." The world and our lives on it are considered disposable; they mean little. Our efforts here only bear on the kind of existence we will have eternally. "

Atheism alone can give true freedom.

"Life, the only thing we know, all that we have, is thrown aside by faith in something beyond our termination. If you are one of those who knows that life here and now is wonderful and should be lived to the fullest, you are one of us... According to sociological studies, there are about 22.5 million persons in the United States who are Atheists, persons who have rejected the concept of spending their lives preparing to die; persons who have found the ultimate freedom, FREEDOM OF THE MIND."

<> (19 Feb. 2007).


Secular Coalition for America

Stated agenda

"The Secular Coalition for America is a 501(c)4 advocacy organization whose purpose is to amplify the diverse and growing voice of the nontheistic community in the United States."

<> (19 Feb. 2007).

Other aims

"The Secular Coalition for America is the only organization in the nation whose primary purpose is lobbying Congress on behalf of atheists, humanists, freethinkers, and other nontheistic Americans. From our office in the nation's capital, our full-time lobbyist and support staff engage public policy makers and the media on issues ranging from religion's influence on education and medical research to the privileging of faith groups by government."

<> (19 Feb. 2007).

"As resources allow, we will actively cooperate in projects that support our position, with priority given to political action initiatives and public relations opportunities."

<> (19 Feb. 2007).



"The Secular Coalition for America is committed to promoting reason and science as the most reliable methods for understanding the universe and improving the human condition. Informed by experience and inspired by compassion, we encourage the pursuit of knowledge, meaning, and responsible ethical codes without reference to supernatural forces."

<> (19 Feb, 2007).

Easy access to birth control and emergency contraception in pharmacies.

"The Secular Coalition for America supports legislating mandating that pharmacies and health care providers give ready access to birth control and emergency contraception."

<> (19 Feb. 2007).

Stop funding to Boy Scouts of America.

"The Secular Coalition for America urges Congress to bar the use of federal funds to assist any organization that discriminates based on religion -- including the Boy Scouts of America."

<> (19 Feb. 2007).

Supports homosexual marriages.

"The SCA opposes theological definitions for civil contracts."

"The Secular Coalition for America supports a clear distinction between civil and theological definitions of marriage. While a faith group's decision to sanctify a union may be based on dogma, civil marriage should be made available to couples without regard to gender."

<> (19 Feb. 2007).

Opposes abstinence programs.

"The Secular Coalition for America supports the Responsible Education About Life (REAL) Act, which would limit federal funding to medically accurate sexuality education programs. We oppose abstinence-only curricula, which have been proven ineffective, inaccurate and, often, theologically based."

<> (19 Feb. 2007).

Supports embryonic stem cell research.

"The Secular Coalition for America supports embryonic stem cell research and urges the administration to lift the current restrictions on federal funding of stem cell research."

<> (19 Feb. 2007).

Opposes pledge of allegiance.

"The Secular Coalition for America opposes government-coerced recitation of the religious Pledge of Allegiance by public school children."

<> (19 Feb. 2007).

Who they represent

American Humanist Association
Atheist Alliance International
Freedom From Religion Fdn
Institute for Humanist Studies
Military Association of Atheists and Freethinkers
Secular Student Alliance
Secular Web / Internet Infidels
Society for Humanistic Judaism

Who represents them in Washington

"The Secular Coalition for America has hired a lobbyist, former Nevada State Senator Lori Lipman Brown, to represent your perspective on Capitol Hill."

<> (19 Feb. 2007).


The Institute for Humanist Studies

Stated Agenda

"The Institute for Humanist Studies (IHS) is a think tank whose mission is to promote greater public awareness, understanding, and support for humanism. The Institute specializes in pioneering new technology and methods for the advancement of humanism."

"IHS provides accessible and authoritative information about humanism and the nonreligious to the media, academia, and the general public... It not only cooperates with other humanist groups, but actively supports them by publicizing their activities and providing financial support to their best programs."

What they Believe

"Humanism is a philosophy of life inspired by humanity and guided by reason. It provides the basis for a fulfilling and ethical life without religion."

  • Humanists make sense of the world using reason, experience and shared human values.
  • Humanists see no convincing evidence for gods, the supernatural, or life after death.
  • Humanists believe that moral values are properly founded on human empathy and scientific understanding.
  • Humanists believe we must live this life on the basis that it is the only life we'll have -- that, therefore, we must make the most of it for ourselves, each other, and our world. " (Emphasis mine)

Approach Used to Spread Agenda

<> (19 Feb. 2007).

IHS Grant Fund

"Launched in fall of 2000, the Institute for Humanist Studies Grant Fund provides grants averaging $130,000 a year to humanist projects in the U.S. and around the world. The IHS Grant Fund has awarded more than $900,000 since its founding."

<> (19 Feb. 2007).

Who Leads their Lobbying Efforts

(Tim Gordinier) "...focuses his efforts on the New York State Legislature, lobbying legislative officials on such matters as separation of church and state and other humanist-related issues. He collaborates in the formation of coalitions with other organizations in the Capital District area to promote progressive causes.  (Emphasis mine)

<> (19 Feb. 2007).


International Humanist and Ethical Union

                                                            What is it?

"Founded in Amsterdam in 1952, International Humanist and Ethical Union (IHEU) is the sole world umbrella organisation embracing Humanist, atheist, rationalist, secularist, skeptic, laique, ethical cultural, freethought and similar organisations world-wide."

<> (20 Feb. 2007).

                                                                                        Stated Agenda

Our vision is a Humanist world; a world in which human rights are respected and everyone is able to live a life of dignity."

<> (20 Feb. 2007).

                                                                                     What they Believe

"Drawing inspiration from their rationalist and freethinking heritage, Humanists reject absolute authorities and revealed wisdoms. Humanists consider human experience to be the only source of knowledge and ethics."

"Humanism is a democratic and ethical life stance, which affirms that human beings have the right and responsibility to give meaning and shape to their own lives. It stands for the building of a more humane society through an ethic based on human and other natural values in the spirit of reason and free inquiry through human capabilities. It is not theistic, and it does not accept supernatural views of reality."

 <> (20 Feb. 2007).

Real Aims

"1. to represent the international humanist movement, and to promote rationalism and humanism on the world stage.
2. to provide international support for our member organisations in their individual struggles."

<> (20 Feb. 2007).

"Humanism seeks to be a modern, cosmopolitan and democratic alternative to religion and to authoritarian and other oppressive social attitudes." (Emphasis mine)> (20 Feb. 2007).

Atheist Alliance

         Stated Agenda

"Atheist Alliance International (AAI) is an organization of independent religion-free groups and individuals in the United States and around the world. Our primary goals are to help democratic, atheistic societies become established and grow and to work in coalition with like-minded groups to advance rational thinking through educational processes."

<> (20 Feb. 2007).

Real Aims

"Blind religious mania is a rising threat to society. It seeks to repeal the advances made in establishing civil rights and civil liberties for all citizens. It seeks to abolish our First Amendment right to freedom of and from religion. It encourages a global population explosion that is destroying the environment and creating immense human suffering."    

"Authoritarian religion, aided by the apathy of the voting public, threatens to envelope us in ignorance, intolerance and tyranny. Atheism, with a human centered vision and a reality-based approach to problem solving, can lead us away from this regressive trap and back toward intellectual growth, personal freedom, and social, environmental and scientific progress."

"Because of these and other assaults on our civil liberties, there is an urgent need for a concerted rational atheist influence on society -- the application of reason and common sense to solving our problems."

<> (20 Feb. 2007).

"The Alliance focuses the power of these diverse independent groups to facilitate common purposes and give atheism a growing voice in public affairs. With a nationwide united effort, the Alliance can persuade legislators and educate the public to recognize the threats to freedom from basing laws and policies on religious doctrines.
The goal of the Alliance is to establish strong, democratic atheist organizations in every state, and indeed, worldwide." (Emphasis mine)

<> (20 Feb. 2007).

Approach Used to Spread Agenda

"The Alliance sponsors annual conventions, publishes Secular Nation magazine, a quarterly magazine of interest to atheists, and The Freethought Directory, an attempt to list all freethought organizations in the world, and the Journal of Higher Criticism, a respected scholarly publication of Biblical study. We sponsor Objectivity, Accuracy, and Balance in Teaching About Religion (OABITAR), a resource for teachers. We maintain a web site that hosts member societies' web sites free of charge."

<> (20 Feb. 2007).


We Believe in God

The Greatest Artists, Musicians, Philosophers, Scientists, Writers and Poets Believed in God...(And a great many Nobel-Prize winners).








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Freedom From Religion Foundation
American Atheists
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Should Americans Sue Freedom From Religion Foundation?
Secular Coalition for America
Institute for Humanist Studies

International Humanist and Ethical Union

Atheist Alliance International

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