Camp Quest

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Camp Quest, which was founded in 1996, is the first residential summer camp in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, and Norway designed specifically for the children of atheists/agnostics/secular humanists and others who hold a naturalistic worldview.

Amanda Metskas is the national Executive Director of Camp Quest.

Amanda Metskas and polyamory

See also: Atheism, polyamory and other immoral relationships

Richard Carrier reported in 2016 that Amanda Metskas (the national Executive Director of Camp Quest) are dating and "she and her husband, August Brunsman, are publicly polyamorous."[1][2]

August Brunsman her polyamorous husband is the Executive Director of the Secular Student Alliance. Carrier was a speaker for the Secular Student Alliance when he was accused of sexual harassment.[3][4]

Children in atheistic Japan see the world as designed

See also: Atheism and purpose

In atheistic Japan, researchers found that Japanese children see the natural world as designed and purposeful and believe some kind of intelligent being is behind that purpose.[5]

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