Links of interest to atheists.
Also, check out our ancillary efforts page.
Internet Infidels' Secular Web
The Secular Web is the product of Internet
Infidels, Inc., a non-profit organization dedicated to providing information
over the Internet about the existence of a god, church/state separation, the
possibility of life after death, mysticism and the paranormal, and the interface
between science and religion. We provide information on these topics by publishing
literally thousands of historical and contemporary articles on our web server,
and we are adding new articles all the time.
- Since 1978, the nonprofit
From Religion Foundation has been working to keep state and church
separate and to educate the public about the views of nontheists. Members
include freethinkers (atheists, agnostics, etc.) from all 50 states, Canada,
and other countries. The Foundation monitors state/church abuses, taking lawsuits
and making official complaints on behalf of individuals and our membership.
Foundation staff provide resources for media and public appearances.
Cash scholarships are awarded to winners of the Foundation's annual student
- Since 1963, American
Atheists has been the premier organization laboring for the civil
liberties of Atheists, and the total, absolute separation of government and
religion. It was born out of a court case begun in 1959 by the Murray family
which challenged prayer recitation in the public schools. That case -- Murray
v. Curlett -- was a landmark in American jurisprudence on behalf of our First
Note the Texas chapter.
- The Atheist
Alliance Inc. (AAI) is a democratic association of 13 independent,
autonomous atheist societies. Applications for AAI membership from independent
local or regional atheist clubs, groups, societies, organizations, and associations
are always welcome.
- Center for Inquiry Austin,
CFI's local group.
Fish Here's a good place to buy those cool fishies that you see
on the backs of cars all the time. No, not the Jesus fishies, the other fishies,
with "Darwin", "Evolve", "Science", etc.
People and Atheistic Net Culture
The links on this page represent atheism's contribution to net.culture.
of Honest Intellectual Inquiry
Philosophy, Religion, Science and other thought provoking topics discussed.
An annotated bibliography of some thought-provoking titles.
Membership, Employment, and Service Restrictions Targeting Nonbelievers
- Run by ex-Christians, the intent of this site is twofold: First, to lend
support to those embarking on the lonely road out of Christianity. Second,
to show the other side of the story, the nasty implications of Christian beliefs
that churches fail to present.
- Atheist Longhorns, the UT atheist student group.
- Freethought Society of Texas State Freethought group at Texas State in
Skeptic's Dictionary - Everything you wanted
to know about about everything supernatural, spiritual, scam-like, or unproven,
but were afraid to ask.
- The James
Randi Educational Foundation in Florida is getting into gear for the
battle against misinformation, pseudoscience, and fraud. Members of
the prestigious "2000 Club" have pledged more than $1,100,000
to anyone who can actually demonstrate something supernatural.
Skeptics Investigating pseudo-science and the paranormal
from a responsible scientific viewpoint.
Haught's Agnostic Site Challenge supernaturalism in all
its forms, from religion to ouija boards.
Base Clavius Debunking all the idiots who think the moon landings
From the officers:
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