Unifying Reason January 4, 2011Posted by thegodless in Uncategorized.
While I am certain of my ignorance when it comes to the rules of nonprofits like the Freedom From Religion Foundation, I am not so certain that humanism, secularism, atheism, or whatever you want to label it, is getting the most benefit out of having so many splinter groups. I understand that many of these groups play very different roles and understand the importance of diversity, but we should at the very least have a loose coalition for those times when we need a strong unified front to combat our enemies. As I’ve stated, I am not certain what the limitations are on nonprofits and they very well may be required to be a soviergn entity, but I think it is worth speculating about the possibility for a single unifying foundation that is capable of uniting the entire spectrum of secular nonprofits.
I would love to hear what other more knowledgable people have to say regarding this proposal. The FFRF has about 16,000 members and they are our largest National group. Surely we can do better than that. There are mega churches in Texas with more than 16,000 members.