Atheists to Unveil First Monument to Unbelief on Public Land

A granite bench!

After years of fights over religious monuments on public land, a county courthouse in Northern Florida will soon be the home of the nation’s first monument to atheism on public property.

On June 29, the group American Atheists will unveil a 1,500-pound granite bench engraved with secular-themed quotations from Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin and its founder, Madalyn Murray O’Hair, among others, in front of the Bradford County Courthouse in Starke, Fla.

The New-Jersey-based group, which has a membership of about 4,000 atheists, humanists and other non-believers, won the right to erect the monument in a settlement reached in March over a six-ton granite display of the Ten Commandments on the same property…

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Fallen and deluded souls…



An Epidemic Has Broken Out…

… among our generation. Pornography is  ravaging the church, much like a spark that turns into a blazing forest  fire. We have a huge problem on our hands. Many pastors are overwhelmed  with everything it takes to shepherd a church, so they can’t possibly be  expected to also handle this problem without help. If pastors  don’t realize this, or we don’t acknowledge this fact, then we’re all  self-deceived. Too many men are drowning in porn, without discipling, solid-biblical thinking, and any hope to fight the battle.

Fr David MacGregor has the rest.