The Atheist Agenda is an atheism awareness and advocacy group founded by Thomas Jackson in 2005. It advocates a philosophy of freethought and seeks to provide a support group and community for atheists and agnostics to appreciate their tradition and history. It has hosted a movie night for the documentary The God Who Wasn't There and co-hosted a debate with Cru in the Convo pitting a UTSA neuroscience professor against a young-earth creationist. It frequently makes local and sometimes even national news for its controversial Smut for Smut porn for Bibles trade, arguing that both are smut and that it's therefore a fair trade.
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