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The Question of Atheist Charity: Less Diffusion of Responsibility?

Checking out the Friendly Atheist’s blog, I’ve come across an absolutely fascinating story. To summarize, an atheist organization wanted to give a charitable donation of $100 to a non-profit with religious ties that helps children. The non-profit refused the money … Continue reading

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Reflections on We Are Atheism Scandal

Note: This is not a very coherent post. It’s basically a stream of thought reflection. Today I came across this article by┬áHemant Mehta, who writes for the Friendly Atheist on Patheos. In it he draws our attention to serious issues … Continue reading

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Reasons why both believers and non-believers should do volunteer work

Charity is not solely the domain of the devout. While religious organizations indeed greatly contribute to the social well-being of their communities through encouraging people to volunteer their services (see chapter six, page 87), non-religious people share and fulfill a … Continue reading

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