The Atheist Agenda

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The Atheist Agenda is an organization founded in 2005 by group of atheists from the University of Texas at San Antonio.[1] The group is dedicated to the philosophy of freethought, as well as promoting aggressive activism against theology and theological institutions, encouraging non-believers to take pride in their history and community, and providing to them with fellowship intended to be similar to shared by those of a religious background. The Agenda holds meetings open to anyone interested and stages demonstrations (most notably the "Smut for Smut" campaign[2]) in the San Antonio and Austin areas, to make their viewpoints known. A documentary was produced regarding Atheist Agenda and their Smut for Smut campaign in 2011, titled Dissonance. Since its creation, the Atheist Agenda has grown from small gathering of students to a group of hundreds, with members at The University of Texas at Austin and University of Houston in addition to those at UTSA. The atheist agenda at UTSA later disbanded.


  1. ^ Carlson, Tucker (2005-12-06). "Trading bibles for porn in San Antonio". MSNBC. Retrieved 2008-03-21. 
  2. ^ O'Conner, Matt (2005-12-02). "Students Trade Bibles for Porn". XBiz. Retrieved 2008-03-21. 

Further reading[edit]

  • Jason P. Olivarri (9 April 2006). "UTSA Evolution and Creationism debate a see-saw affair". La Prensa de San Antonio. p. 4C. 
  • Jason P. Olivarri (7 May 2006). "San Antonio Celebrates National Day of Prayer". La Prensa de San Antonio. p. 4C. 
  • "Cambian biblias por pornografía en Texas". Notimex (in Spanish). Mexico City. 4 March 2010. 

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