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Why Does Religion Get Credit For Charity?

After expressing some concern in yesterday’s post about the unity and confidence of atheists, I was delighted to see a piece in the New York Times about the Foundation Beyond Belief‘s secular tithing efforts and other atheist charities: Mr. McGowan’s effort, while unique in its tithing system, is part of a broader upsurge of charity […]

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