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“This One Time, at Atheist Camp …”

“This One Time, at Atheist Camp …”

A camp just north of Seattle is famous for being what might be the world’s only “atheist camp,” an alternative for young nonbelievers who still want all the joys of horseback riding, canoeing and archery but none of the late night chapel sessions or Bible teaching. “It’s amazing. I love it here,” said a 9-year-old camper named Elle. “With certain people, you have to limit yourself or feel socially obligated. This feels nice to be here and not have to limit yourself and know you won’t be bullied or hurt” …

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