I’m an atheist because honesty requires it.
The past weekend, we put on a grand convention in San Francisco — the highest-attended in our organization’s history, with almost 1,000 participants.
The chance overlap of April 1, a static day, and Easter, a Christian holiday, is because of Easter’s pagan origins. Easter doesn’t fall on a particular day: If Jesus existed and was crucified, we have no idea when. Instead, Easter falls on the first Sunday after the first full moon after the vernal equinox. If that sounds pretty damn pagan, it’s because it is.
You’d be surprised at what all we at the Freedom From Religion Foundation have to deal with in a typical week.
We at the Freedom From Religion Foundation have literally been all over the place this week.
Every once in a while, we at the Freedom From Religion Foundation venture into unexpected directions to make things more exciting.
We’re on a winning streak here at the Freedom From Religion Foundation.
Every week is riveting at the Freedom From Religion Foundation — and this week was no exception
Here at the Freedom From Religion Foundation we’ve been preparing for September by schooling public officials, school districts, and the Facebook community and radio listeners on nontheism and simple ways to keep religion out of government.