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Resources for the Newly Enlightened Atheist

Resources for the Newly Enlightened Atheist

There is significant angst in the military community about ‘loss of faith’. Loss of faith is listed explicitly as a moral injury and contributor to general and even traumatic stress. The wording ‘loss of faith’ is framed, purposely or not, … Continue reading

Our Silent Vigil

Our Silent Vigil

“Our Silent Vigil” by Jeffrey Yelverton of Fort Jackson If you are in the military you are no stranger to Benedictions. As an agnostic, it was a bit of a change and a culture shock. Coming from the liberal midwest (Minneapolis), religion … Continue reading

Exciting Times for Atheists at Ft Campbell and Clarksville TN

Exciting Times for Atheists at Ft Campbell and Clarksville TN

Army Staff Sergeant Scott Williams is an unabashed atheist who makes no apologies for his disbelief. After PCSing to Fort Campbell, he found a home in the Fort Campbell satellite chapter of the Military Atheists and Secular Humanists (MASH), a … Continue reading

Looking Back On 532 As Humanist Services Pass 1000

Editors note: Humanist Services are regularly over 1000 every weekend at Air Force Basic Training. This is an unpublished article written last June. As growth continues, we thought it would be interesting to look back at the excitement when numbers … Continue reading

Active Duty Marine Dedicates Himself to Secular Youth

Active Duty Marine Dedicates Himself to Secular Youth

Each Summer, between 80 and 90 children travel to Camp Darden near Franklin, VA for summer camp. Like all summer camps, they’re set for an adventure filled with games, outdoor activities, water activities, and exploration. What sets this camp apart, … Continue reading

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