A group of military atheists have won the backing of U.S. Army officials to hold a "Rock Beyond Belief" concert for nonbelievers at North Carolina's Fort Bragg next year.
The victory came after several church-state separation watchdog groups complained last month to the Secretary of the Army that a Christian-themed concert held at the fort last September gave "selective benefits" to religious groups.
That concert, staged by the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, received more than $50,000 in financial support from the base, according to records obtained by local atheists through the Freedom of Information Act. The nonreligious concert will receive the same funds and will be held at a similar venue at the base....
Danielle wrote: Isn't that just called a 'concert'? Am I the only one who finds this all ridiculous, sad, and childish?
Yes this is all ridiculous, sad and childish. Those atheists are really deulusional and are obviously incapable of logical and analytical thinking to deny the logical and cosmological evidence for God. The Bible states that the cosmos is evidence for God and that atheists are without excuse.