Friday, March 11, 2011

Atheist Organizations Exist

atheism is not organized, just merchandised

I have demonstrated an organized movement to persuade people against religion. some atheists throng to counter the idea have gone so far as to claim there are no atheist organizations at all. There's a huge list of them. These are innocent groups that exist to argue that morality is not objective or something like that, to support humanism. You wont find Thrush on this list. The point is there is a lot of organizing among atheists. Much of it has an effect on producing an agenda that breeds a form of fundamentalism.

Just to prove that atheist organizations do exist:


[edit] Australia

[edit] Brazil

[edit] Canada

[edit] Croatia

[edit] Germany

[edit] Iceland

[edit] India

[edit] Ireland

[edit] Italy

[edit] New Zealand

[edit] Norway

[edit] Singapore

  • Humanist Society (Singapore)

[edit] Sweden

[edit] Turkey

[edit] United Kingdom

[edit] United States

[edit] See also

[edit] References

  1. ^ "Secularism". Oxford English Dictionary, Second Edition. Oxford University Press, 1989.
  2. ^ The Secular Coalition for America, which has been identified by as representing the interests of "secularist organizations", describes its constituency as "nontheistic Americans", including those who go by the labels "atheist, humanist, freethinker, agnostic, skeptic, bright, ignostic, materialist, and naturalist, among others." Who does the Secular Coalition for America represent? at the Secular Coalition for America website (Accessed 5 April 2008)
  3. ^ Some less common secularist labels include: apatheist, godless (in the non-pejorative, literal sense), ignostic, infidel (or unbeliever), heathen, materialist, or realist.
  4. ^ Atheist Alliance International website, 2008 (Accessed 9 April 2008)
  5. ^ The Movement, The Brights' Network, 2008 (Accessed 9 April 2008)
  6. ^ Presentation, European Humanist Federation website, 2006 (Accessed 10 April 2008)
  7. ^ Laïque (French): "secular"
  8. ^ About IHEU, IHEU website (Accessed 5 April 2008)
  9. ^ The Norwegian Humanist Association, Human-Etisk Forbund website (English version), 2011 (Accessed 5 February 2011)
  10. ^ Membership, Human-Etisk Forbund website (English version), 2004 (Accessed 9 April 2008)
  11. ^ Leicester Secular Society website (Accessed 5 April 2008)
  12. ^ South Place Ethical Society website (Accessed 5 April 2008)
  13. ^ Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about the American Humanist Association, American Humanist Association website, 2005 (Accessed 8 April 2005)
  14. ^ Atheist Community of Austin website, 2009 (Accessed 16 August 2009)
  15. ^ "Camp Quest is the first residential summer camp in the history of the United States for the children of Atheists, Freethinkers, Humanists, Brights, or whatever other terms might be applied to those who hold to a naturalistic, not supernatural world view." Camp Quest website (Accessed 5 April 2008)
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  17. ^ Find Us, SDNA, 2010

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