Atheist summer camp has kids talking God (or lack thereof)8/26/2012
You won't find kids singing rounds of "My Jesus is a River of Love" while making their S'mores at this summer camp. The campers at Camp Quest Northwest read Nietzsche as they sit around the campfire, or at least embrace his philosophy. The atheist kids' summer camp near Seattle, Wash., offers discussion sessions like "Socrates Café" alongside kayaking or water sports. It shares its space with a religious camp, but counselors take care to cover any signs saying "Lord" with fantasy words like "Flying Spaghetti Monster" (which helps illustrate the imaginary nature of God). A counselor stresses, however, that exploring religion is not shunned at Camp Quest Northwest, arguing "the best way to become an atheist is to study the Bible." [Source]
What do you think of an atheist kids' summer camp?