Welcome to the nation's most morally active and innovative atheist organization!
Hub of Atheism
Check out our
Atheists For Human Rights
Home/Newsletter     Moral High Ground Project     Secular Sanity     Articles     Videos
Public Forums     Calendar     About Us     Contact Us     Support Us     Links


Atheists For Human Rights has IRS 501(c)(3) status.
Memberships/donations are tax deductible.

$750-Life (household)
$15-Low income/student
You may also donate for Moral High Ground
and Other Outreach Projects.




The Moral Atheist The Moral Atheist
By M.A. Castle

This newsletter is an automatic benefit for joining, renewing, or donating. You may get it by postal mail or as a PDF — or both, if you want a printed copy to pass along.

Running in Place Running in Place: The Cautionary Saga of a Few Fearless Atheists Pursuing a Reasonable Dream in an Unreasonable World
By M.A. Castle
This history of our atheist activism from the 1980s to 2010 is also an automatic benefit, but you must request it.
(5.5 x 8.5, 40 pages, color cover)




up to 4 booklets (#1 - #4)
up to 2 booklets (#1 - #4) AND 1 book (#5 - #7)
With a Skeptical Eye: Poems of Irreligion #1. With a Skeptical Eye: Poems of Irreligion
By Stephen Van Eck
Insights into the effect of religion, "A curious mixture of venom and bile, half carrot, half stick, all cunning and guile."
(5.5 x 8.5, 76 pages, color cover)
My Purpose Driven Death #2. My Purpose Driven Death: How I Managed to Become One Lucky Stiff
By Annie Chase
The definitive narrative for the death with dignity cause.
(5.5 x 8.5, 32 pages, color cover)
All About gods #3. All About Gods: Can a World of Fantasy, Fraud
& Mass Insanity be Demolished
by Facts? It's Worth a Try
By M.A. Castle
Thorough demolition of religious beliefs.
(5.5 x 8.5, 36 pages, color cover & illustrations)
May the Farce be with You #4. May the Farce be with You: A Lighthearted Look at Why God Does Not Exist.
By April Pedersen
(5.5 x 8.5, 20 pages, many hilarious cartoons by Pedersen)
The Mormon Cult #5. The Mormon Cult: A Former Missionary Reveals the Secrets of Mormon Mind Control
By Jack B. Worthy
This book explores the world of Mormon indoctrination with sometimes heartbreaking poignancy. "Jack B. Worthy" is, of course, a pseudonym, taken because the author's apostasy made him, in the view of his church, "unworthy." This book does more than describe the religion's absurd beliefs and practices. It shows their destructive effects on the basically good people ensnared by them — the useless drudgery, shredded human potential, and denial of life's simple pleasures. One cannot help but cheer when the lure of church-unauthorized sex (it's "Second Only to Murder," p.147) overcomes the author's brainwashing, and he says, "I accepted the invitation I saw in her eyes." It got him kicked out of the church, but he was free at last. (211 pages, soft cover)
Spiritual Snake Oil: Fads & Fallacies in Pop Culture #6. Spiritual Snake Oil: Fads & Fallacies in Pop Culture
By Chris Edwards
The author of Disbelief 101: A Young Person's Guide to Atheism, takes on New Age spirituality and gives it a butt-kicking introduction to reality. Near-death experiences ... a magic-driven nature ... "secret" cures ... all are exposed to Edwards' clearly written light of reason. A great read!
(142 pages, soft cover)
Usin' the Juice: An Oratorio #7. NEW!
Usin' the Juice: An Oratorio (suggestions, suppositions, sermons & songs, 2010-2015)
By Cecil Bothwell
This is the latest book by openly atheist, repeatedly reelected Asheville NC councilmember Cecil Bothwell. It is a compilation of some of his essays and speeches from the past few years. Like Whale Falls, it is insightful, compelling and poignant in its storytelling. Like The Prince of War — his exposé of evangelist Billy Graham's Machiavellian war-mongering influence on U.S. Presidents — it is cold hard factual about the economic and social problems facing the 99% of our population. As a critical thinker and political doer, Bothwell is a creative activist well worth our attention.
(140 pages, soft cover)
Your privacy is important to us! We promise to protect your privacy and treat the information you give us as confidential.
Provide your name, phone number, street address, and email address.
Choose method of payment:
RAZOO  or  CHECK mailed to:
5146 Newton Ave. N.
Minneapolis MN 55430-3459


  1. Go to http://www.razoo.com/Atheists-For-Human-Rights.
  2. The AFHR donation page will come up, with a box to enter your donation.
  3. Follow the instructions for giving your payment information.
  4. To create a Razoo account (good idea), just follow the instructions.


  1. We switched our online donation function from PayPal to Razoo — do not use PayPal, even if it is on the Razoo site.
  2. The minimum Razoo donation is $10.
  3. You can sign up for automatic regular donations that are easily affordable and convenient for you.
  4. You immediately get an email receipt and AFHR gets a notice of your donation.
  5. Razoo sends AFHR a check within a month.
  6. Razoo emails you a year-end summary of your donations to use for the IRS.

I support the morally active goals of Atheists For Human Rights. I want to help with public visibility projects to achieve public acceptance and respect for atheism, to speak out against the immorality of religious extremists, to defend those groups most victimized by religious authoritarianism, to advocate for state-church separation without exceptions, to challenge the defamation of and discrimination against atheists, whenever it occurs, and to do all this with civility and pride.