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"The godless groups say they are mounting this surge because they are aware that they have a large, untapped army of potential troops"They need to grow that army too, they are losing ground, or, well, maybe not. It seems that atheism is a growing trend...but people who choose to leave an organized religion might not want to join your organized anti-religion either, did these people ever think of that? My favorite is the 'free-thinkers'...free to think the same things we do, and don't tell us how to think, we all think your religion sucks, we all think...oh, the hypocrisy...it burns. Now, I am going to try again to add a quote and I hope that this insane formatting allows me to continue to type.
That is one reason for the multiple campaigns: the groups are competing with one another to gain market share, said Mark Silk, founding director of the Greenberg Center for the Study of Religion in Public Life, which is also at Trinity College.
“There’s a competitive environment for ‘no religion,’ and they’re grabbing for all the constituents they can get,” Mr. Silk said.