Freedom from Religion Foundation

Freedom from Religion Foundation

The Freedom From Religion Foundation, with more than 13,000 members, is the largest association of freethinkers (atheists and agnostics) in the United States. FFRF has been working since 1978 to promote freethought and to keep state and church separate.

The Foundation promotes freedom from religion with a weekly national radio show, a newspaper, a freethought billboard campaign and other educational endeavors, including scholarships for freethinking students. The Foundation acts on countless violations of the separation of state and church, and has taken and won many significant complaints and important lawsuits to end state/church entanglements and challenge the “faith-based initiative.”

Want to join in ffrf’s critical work to defend the separation between government and religion? Membership in the nonprofit, tax-exempt Foundation includes a subscription of ten issues a year to the Foundation’s lively newspaper, Freethought Today. All dues and donations are deductible for income-tax purposes. Get involved: Join or make a donation to ffrf’s Legal Fund.

Freedom depends upon freethinkers.

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3 Responses to “FREETHINKERS”

  1. mcoville Says:

    Quick question, if I join the FFRF will I be free to think that God is real?

    • johnlegry Says:

      As far as I know, you’re free to believe in god, or anything else as a freethinker – Thomas Jefferson and Thomas Paine, and most of the founding fathers were freethinkers and deists: people who believed in a prime mover, but saw religion as corrupt and man-made, and the source of thousands of years of needless human suffering; hence, their insistence on the separation of church and state.

  2. Richard Halasz Says:

    Subservience to folly shackles the imagination.

    And Freethought Today, the newspaper of the FFRF, among other things, details as to how those who are free to think, are not tethered to the tired and tattered ‘security’ blankets of religion.

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