||One of the
oldest and most democratically run groups in the non-believer community.
AHA has a number of local chapters (including the Humanist Action
League). They also host a great convention each year.
United for Separation of Church and State
||One of the
best advocacy groups working in the religious liberty field. They
conduct information, legal and lobbying campaigns. They also support
create and support local groups. Their web site has some great audio
International (AAI) is an organization of independent religion-free
groups and individuals in the United States and around the world.
Their primary goals are to help democratic, atheistic societies become
established and grow and to work in coalitions with like-minded groups
to advance rational thinking through educational processes.
Secular Humanist Camp for Kids.
Freethought Alliance links freethinkers and atheists on campuses around
large collection of non-believing celebrities.
defends reason, science, and freedom of inquiry in all areas of human
for Inquiry - West
||The new West
Coast branch of the Center for Inquiry.
for Secular Humanism
for Secular Humanism is North America's leading organization for non-religious
||The best supplier
of humanist, freethought and atheist books, Darwin Fish emblems and
other products on the web!
of Colorado Springs
organization in Colorado Springs.
||A bold attempt
to operate a full time Freethought radio broadcast-type web site.
They have some excellent material.
and Lesbian Atheists and Humanists
||Gay and Lesbian
Atheists and Humanists is an organization with four main goals:
1. Support equal rights for lesbians, gays, transgenders, and bisexuals.
2. Educate people about atheism and humanism.
3. Support separation of church and state.
4. Provide freethinkers with opportunities to get to know each other.
||With a distinguished
cadre of feature writers covering everything from science and religion
to politics and popular culture, and with a wide-ranging list of stellar
contributors, The Humanist continues to challenge its readers with
insightful ethical critique and commentary on the central issues of
justice; advocating democratic principles; promoting human rights;
eliminating wars, promoting peace; and promoting the wise use of science
Center for Science Education
advocacy group that promotes science education.
is well-known to many atheists. On the Internet, it is probably the
most common argument heard from Christians, and the regulars of newsgroups
such as alt.atheism feel cheated if a week goes by without someone
bringing it up (this rarely happens), only to be shot down in flames
(this always happens). Pascal's Wager is quite simple, and superficially
appears to be a strong and compelling argument for theism. However,
a little close scrutiny soon reveals the flawed logic and reasoning
behind it, which actually makes it one of the weakest arguments a
theist could come up with.
||One of the
best web site for reading Freethought material.
||A source for wearable items to promote liberal ideas.
index to pseudo-science, superstition and fallacy, from Abracadabra