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Please Support the Internet Infidels and the Secular Web December 11, 2011

As the end-of-the-year approaches, now is a great time to consider making a charitable donation to support the Internet Infidels and The Secular Web.

Hundreds of scholarly authors and other writers have donated time and effort to make their insights freely available and easily accessible to all by publishing on the Secular Web. Behind the scenes, others have donated substantial amounts of time and effort peer reviewing article submissions to ensure that they represent the best scholarship available.

Our virtual library is a unique resource that has been designed to cover a broad canvas of issues, from ascertaining the truth of religious claims or confronting the existential implications of their falsity, to exploring the psychological bases of religious belief or critically evaluating their social utility or harmfulness. The Secular Web strives to offer something for everyone, whether they be committed rationalists, those still mapping a way on their unique contemplative journey, or religious believers troubled by enduring doubts.

Because we want our readers to follow the evidence wherever it leads and are confident that naturalism can easily withstand the critical assaults of its detractors, we encourage open dialogue within a free marketplace of ideas by publishing debates, critical responses, and other challenges to the naturalistic philosophy of this site.

Maintaining the premier secularist resource on the Internet, however, is not without its costs. Our ability to maintain and expand a vast repository of thoughtful material unavailable anywhere else through an almost exclusively volunteer effort depends entirely on the generosity of readers like you. If everyone plays their part by chipping in whatever they can, we can secure the future of our drop of reason in an ocean of religious confusion. But if you merely think about donating, our voice of reason could be silenced forever, leaving the forces of superstition free to promulgate blind faith in irrational dogmas virtually unopposed. Remember, the Internet is the only medium where both believers and nonbelievers are on a level playing field, and Internet Infidels is the only nonprofit educational organization to use the Internet exclusively to promote a naturalistic worldview. Won’t you help Internet Infidels shape a more rational world by making a tax-deductible donation right now?

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