Atheists in Florida Will Distribute Godless Literature in Local High Schools This Thursday

Back in January, World Changers of Florida, Inc. held a Bible distribution at a number of high schools in Orange County. How was that legal? Well, the rules were that the Bibles would just be placed on a table, no student would be forced to take one, and no representatives from the group would be talking with students. Daniel Koster, a student at Wekiva High School, posted about the distribution on this site.

Now, in response to that giveaway, the Central Florida Freethought Community is hosting one of their own — they will be distributing non-tracts from the Freedom From Religion Foundation this Thursday:

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Christian Professor to Christian Preacher: Don’t Be a Dick

Preacher John Chisham recently came to St. Cloud State University to preach against homosexuality and loose women and whatever other things appear on those Bingo cards.

But students were ready with a response:

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Daniel Dennett: New Atheist, Philosopher, and… Sailor

Daniel Dennett‘s latest book Intuition Pumps And Other Tools for Thinking will be published next week, so the New York Times spoke with him… as he sailed:

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Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss Discuss New Movie on Toronto Morning Show

Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss, stars of the new documentary The Unbelievers, recently appeared on Global News’ “The Morning Show” to talk about the movie. The interview was much longer than the duo’s recent appearance on CNN (and much more intelligent, too):

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Oklahoma Freethought Convention 2013 Will Take Place in June

The Oklahoma Freethought Convention is taking place on June 22nd at the Cox Convention Center and if you’re able to attend, you’re probably going to sign up after you watch The Thinking Atheist‘s promo video:

An event like this takes a lot of time, effort, and money to run smoothly, so if you’d like to donate something to help defray the organizers’ costs, you can do that here.

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