Christian Group Says Jesus is Coming Back… Let’s See Them Back It Up

The fans of Family Radio Inc., a Christian radio network, have sponsored dozens of different billboards in select cities around the country proclaiming the exact date when Jesus is coming back. May 21st, 2011. You know, just like the Bible “predicted.” The Rapture is going to be a great day for God’s people but awful [Read More…]

Help Foundation Beyond Belief Finish the Year Strong

Behind the scenes at Foundation Beyond Belief, we’ve had a lot of discussion about how to make our organization better. We know what you all have said in the past (especially regarding outreach to charities that may be religious in nature) and we’re taking steps to address those issues in a way that will make [Read More…]

Foundation Beyond Belief Chooses Replacement Beneficiary

After the Soulforce debacle, Foundation Beyond Belief has a new beneficiary in our Human Rights category: We are pleased to announce that MARRIAGE EQUALITY USA has been selected as our new beneficiary in the Human Rights category for 4th quarter 2010. MEUSA is a U.S. national organization dedicated to securing the legal recognition of same-sex [Read More…]

A Mea Culpa

[Hemant’s note: This message from Foundation Beyond Belief Executive Director Dale McGowan comes as a result of the discussion thread that took place here. A version of this message is being cross-posted at the Foundation Beyond Belief website. I’ve inserted a hyperlink to a previous post into Dale’s message for reference purposes.] Foundation Beyond Belief [Read More…]

Giving Atheist Money to a Charity That Works with Churches

The Foundation Beyond Belief — a charity organization aimed at non-theistic donors — recently released their latest list of beneficiaries. (Full disclosure: I’m on their board.) Animal Protection: Animal Welfare Institute “Big Bang”: The Ayaan Hirsi Ali Foundation Child Welfare: Camfed USA (the Campaign for Female Education) Education: Vidnyanvahini Environment: Center for Biological Diversity Health: [Read More…]