Our fundamental transformation into a cave full of moonbats must be nearly complete. How could liberal social engineers push absurdity any farther than this?
[John] Figdor, 28, is one of a growing number of faith-free chaplains at universities, in the military and in the community who believe that nonbelievers can benefit from just about everything religion offers except God.
Hired in July by the Humanist Community at Stanford, a nonprofit group independent of the university, Figdor is one of 18 “professional leaders” at the Office of Religious Life who typically work with sectarian student groups that pay their salaries. A graduate theological degree is required for the job, and the leader is entitled to office space on campus, a parking spot and a Stanford e-mail address. The leaders guide students in whatever way is needed, whether offering advice or organizing events.
Even now moonbats are unlikely to admit that atheism is a religion, subject to the same authoritarian repression that our rulers justify by referring to the First Amendment — the one that guarantees the free practice of religion.
On a tip from Artfldgr.