separation of church and state

Atheists, Humanists, and Theists - Can't We All Just Get Along?

Atheists, Humanists, and Theists - Can't We All Just Get Along?

think this is really about overly–enthusiastic atheism like it’s being portrayed, keep in mind it was introduced not by secularists, but by Quebec’s Minister of Immigration, Diversity and Inclusiveness who really should go by some other name.  You are being used, Atheist Freethinkers.

A Christian Nation? Not So, According to These Founding Fathers

A Christian Nation? Not So, According to These Founding Fathers

More than half of the residents in 11 Southern states believe the United States was founded as an explicitly Christian nation, according to the Winthrop Poll Southern Focus Survey.  This doesn’t come as a surprise to anyone who lives in the Bible Belt. You probably don’t have to think back too far to remember the last time someone made that claim.

While humanists aren’t surprised by the results of the poll, religious southerners might be shocked by the truth.

Many of the founding fathers were so skeptical about religion they would have a hard time getting elected today.

Gov. Bryant Ignores Constitution, Endorses Christianity

Gov. Bryant Ignores Constitution, Endorses Christianity

When you are a humanist in Mississippi, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by all the evangelical events.

There are prayers at the flagpoles, public meetings and public school football games, as well as prophetic summits, tent revivals, and SO much more.

Most of the time, we humanists don’t much pay attention to these types of religious events.

Humanists believe that everyone has the right to believe what they want, as long as it doesn’t harm others, even though the obvious preference and practice of one religion over all others, or none, can be harmful, as it can make people feel excluded.

5 Times Jim Helton of American Atheists Was Cooler Than the Rest of Us

5 Times Jim Helton of American Atheists Was Cooler Than the Rest of Us

So, it’s no secret that Jim isn’t too fond of the Ark Encounter, but few expected him to go as far as to raise money for a billboard, but that’ just what he did. Jim helped raise $10,000 for a billboard that said, “Genocide and Incest Park: Celebrating 2,000 Years of Myths.”