The picture above is intended to be humorous and/or thought-provoking and is not to be taken as a sign that I believe in any gods.
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Americans United for Separation of Church and State
The Internet Infidels
Military Association of Atheists and Freethinkers. Yes, there are and always have been atheists in foxholes.
The Military Religious Freedom Foundation shows us many examples of Christian proselytizing in the US military. If you are in the military and are not a Christian, you had better watch out!
Alabama Atheist attempts to explain what atheism is and is not. He also has an extensive list of recommended books and a link to Operation Foxhole Atheists.
Cliff Walkers Positive Atheism magazine.
The Happy Heretic (Judith Hayes) writes a monthly column.
The Rational Atheist.
Pat Condell has numerous videos criticizing religion.
Bob Riggins has several essays on real science, and how creation science is the complete opposite of it. Here are some of those essays.
East Bay Atheists.
Kansas City Freethinkers.
Freethinkers of East Texas.
Atheist Foundation of Australia.
Atheist Association of Uganda.
A list of many videos on evolution, creationism, atheism, and more.
This tragedy [the September 11 attack on the US]
only reinforces our disbelief,
and the response of the religionists
only reinforces our disdain for faith.
-- Cliff Walker
The gods offer no rewards for intellect.
There was never one yet that showed any interest in it.
-- Mark Twain, Notebook (1900)
Atheists are the true American Patriots.
We love our country more than any god.
--Pete Hance, of Secular Humanists and Atheists of Lehigh Valley
Even my close friend whom I trusted, he who has shared my bread, has lifted up his heel against me.In other words, I was betrayed by someone I trusted. This is said to be a prophecy about Jesus being betrayed by Judas. However, there is nothing about the verse or the surrounding verses that indicate that a prediction is being made about a future event. The author of the psalm is simply making a statement about himself and a (perhaps former) friend.
The vast majority of Biblical prophecies follow this same rule: Hey, this verse applies to Jesus, therefore it must be a prophecy! However, this is not a valid method for finding prophecies, since it allows prophecies to be found about almost anyone. For example, how could the Bible contain such accurate prophecies about Napoleon? (There was once a similar page about Tiger Woods, but it seems to have gone away.)
Thanks to Jim Huber for the graphic.
This page was last updated on May 7, 2011.