Four posts ago, I posted about a new atheist website to reach kids. The American Humanist Association has sent out a letter promoting this website, and trying to fund raise for the anti-God campaign to try to capture the hearts and minds o...f children for the evil one.
Here is the text of the letter they sent out:
“It's that time of year—the launch of the American Humanist Association's annual advertisement campaign—and everyone's talking about this one!
The American Humanist Association launched a new website, KidsWithoutGod.com—an interactive site for kids and teenagers to learn about science, critical thinking and humanist values. Right now, ads are appearing on 140 Metro buses in Washington DC and popular online websites such as Pandora, Facebook, Reddit, Google, and YouTube to let the public know about this valuable resource for humanist kids.
While some news reports claim that our website is an attempt to "convert" children to atheism, I've heard lots of positive feedback from members like you—parents who can't wait to share this resource with their children, and adults who wished a website liked this existed when they were kids!
Your support is vital to the success of our campaign. Donate to the American Humanist Association and support the development of humanist resources for children.
Fundamentalist groups spend tens of millions of dollars on websites, television shows, and movies— all aimed to proselytize to kids. As a parent with two young daughters, I recognized the need for an alternative—not aimed to convert, but rather to provide information for kids who want to learn more about humanism.
And with so many materials geared toward teaching kids about Christianity, Judaism, or Islam, it's great to know that humanism is now a part of the discussion. I hope you agree: kids should know there's another way to learn about morals and values—and it doesn't need to come from traditional religion.
The success of summer camps for freethinking kids, the explosive growth of high school secular clubs, and the growing need for humanist "Sunday Schools" in local communities make it clear: we need more resources for kids, and they need our support.
It's time to reach out to the next generation of humanists. Support the American Humanist Association today—and let's keep the KidsWithoutGod.com campaign growing.”
They claim they are not proselytizing—but that is exactly what they are doing. They are aggressively preaching their anti-gospel message in the hopes to capturing the coming generations of kids.
As Adolf Hitler said: ““He alone, who owns the youth, gains the Future!”
(--Adolf Hitler, as quoted in Nazi Conspiracy and Aggression, vol. 1 (Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office, 1946), p. 320)
Many Christians seem to be blind to the spiritual battle going on around us. The atheists are moving to aggressively do what they can to secularize the culture and try to get rid of Christianity. These people are some of the most intolerant around.
I have provided the link to the atheist kids site again for you. I also encourage you to read my previous post on this same subject.