Alabama Freethought Association

Alabama Freethought Association
Alabama Freethought Association is listed in the Educational Consultants category in Munford, Alabama. Displayed below are the social networks for Alabama Freethought Association which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Alabama Freethought Association on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 97.

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111 Lake Joan Cir
Munford, AL 36268
(256) 761-1105
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We're excited to have Freethinker and social justice activist Kimberly Veal as a speaker at our upcoming convention†…

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Judgement Day results: White evangelical Christians approve of Trump's actions. The reasonable public? Not so much.

Check out The Progressive's website showcasing photos from Madison's March for Science taken by FFRF's @Chris_line!†…

This week on Freethought Radio: Spotlight on Freethought with hosts Dan Barker and Annie Laurie Gaylor Margaret Atwood’s “The Handmaid’s Tale” on HULU is the freethought cultural event this week. We complain about the San Antonio mayor’s remark that poverty stems from a broken "relationship with their Creator.” After Michael Newdow’s hilarious song “My God Is In My Soul,” incorporating hate messages on his answering machine, we analyze what is wrong with the upcoming National Day of Prayer. Then we hear the “Spotlight on Freethought” segment that explains why the Constitution protects nonbelievers from the tyranny of the religious majority. Listen to the podcast here:

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Without religion, the Republican governor claimed, "We can begin to trash one another and justify our own actions."

On this date in 1970, Uma Thurman was born in Massachusetts. The actress identified herself "Agnostic (Buddhism if must choose)" for a brief autobiography in Cosmopolitan (Nov. 1995), according to Who's Who in Hell by Warren Allen Smith. Her father teaches Indo-Tibetan studies at Columbia University and was ordained a Buddhist monk. She told Cosmopolitan she does not consider herself Buddhist, adding, "What I have learned is that I like all religions, but only parts of them." She has starred in "Dangerous Liaisons" (1988), "Pulp Fiction" (1994), "A Month by the Lake" (1995), "The Truth about Cats and Dogs" (1996), "Gattaca" (1997), "Les Miserables" (1998), "The Golden Bowl" (2000), "Kill Bill (Vol. 1)" (2003) and "Kill Bill (Vol. 2)", 2004. - See more at:

The following diatribes are presented to you, unedited, as they came to us. Respect: You are trying to remove religion off the face of the earth because of your beliefs.So once every symbol of religion is removed whats next kill all the people that are Christians because they don’t have your beliefs. I really feel sorry for you. — Dan S. Separation of church and state: I am praying for each of you by name, that your eyes will be opened to who the Lord Jesus Christ really is. You should all take seriously...Proverbs 21:30 “There is no wisdom, no insight, no plan that can succeed against the LORD.” The FFRF will not succeed against the LORD. Please forward this to all of your board. — Steve T. Sickening: This country was built by God, founded on God and if you don’t wanna believe don’t force it on anyone else. My son isn’t forced to take Bible in school and neither is any other student so stop trying to remove christian rights from our children based upon parents with no morals. — Melissa B. bibles in schools: I will say this and only say it as a favor to you pieces of shit from one human being to another. normal americans grow very weary of people like your organization stands for. a day grows near when my countrymen may just decide enough is enough and that you and your ilk are a clear and present danger to the constitution and spirit of America as well as dealing with a judicial system that has gone of the reservation and decided to use case law in a lego block style to build on decision after decision until the actual constitution is destroyed. I wish to impress upon you are very close to that edge of a cliff form which the sleeping giant may be awoken and you will rue the day. — Ryan R. God is going to get you!: Hate to be you when to rapture comes and it will come or when you die for Hell is real and I hope it works out for you. Heaven is a much better place to be! — Wesley S.

FFRF insists Wis. teachers stop taking part in religious club The Freedom From Religion Foundation is insisting that teachers at a Wisconsin high school end their involvement in a student religious club. A concerned member informed FFRF that School District of Onalaska employees participate in the student religious club Fellowship of Christian Athletes at Onalaska High School. Local media have stated that both Josh Lichty, freshmen football coach and fifth-grade teacher at Northern Hills Elementary, and high school teacher Amanda Steele "participated in the discussions" about prayer with students at a recent Fellowship of Christian Athletes meeting in Steele's classroom. Lichty reportedly asked students "how and why they prayed," and counseled them that "a big step is praying before an event with your team. Then you as a team are playing for something bigger than a 'W.' What you are doing is showing His light everywhere." Lichty went on to recommend that students pray in the morning rather than getting extra sleep. It is unconstitutional for district employees to participate in student religious clubs, even if those clubs meet during noninstructional time. "It is well settled that public schools may not advance, prefer, or promote religion," FFRF Legal Fellow Ryan Jayne writes to Superintendent Fran Finco. "Students are permitted to form religious clubs, but the district may not endorse, or appear to endorse, those clubs. To avoid the appearance of endorsing a religious club, the district may not allow teachers or outside adults to be involved in student religious clubs beyond a supervisory capacity." Continue reading: