Just finished posting a series on atheist’s attempts to not only raise their own children as atheists but yours as well. This series focuses on two anti-Christian support groups: American Atheists and Internet Infidels.
Since Camp Quest is not anti-religion (right?) the Texas branch is being hosted by, get this, a "Church of Freethought." The little tikes whose parents want to ensure are raised as atheists will have quite the jam packed schedule at the first Camp Quest in Texas as the summer camp experience will consist of one single day.
Perhaps these kids are exceptional as it is claimed that on this one single day (which I imagine is not a literal 24 hour period) the camp seeks to:
True Freethinker has previously parsed the various claims being made about "Camp Quest": on the one hand, their public relations statements which go unchallenged and uninvestigated by the media who gives them carte blanche and on the other hand, the actual facts of the matter.
We did this in two posts here and here. Let us take a moment to consider that Camp Quest is a serious enterprise as it is all part of Dawkins' tactic of having "society
If raising one's child according to one's faith is "child abuse" (as per very many militant activist atheists) what is raising one's child according to anti-theism? "Re-education" seemed appropriate (de-education came is as a close second).