For Those Who Consider Atheism a Religion, Would You Think That Atheists Should Be Allowed “Faith Based Funds”

Question by Queen of Yack, Jeff’s Queen!: For those who consider atheism a religion, would you think that atheists should be allowed “Faith Based Funds”
I have seen it many times posted here that “atheism is a religion”.
Also noteworthy to the question is the fact that the Supreme Court has, in the past, regarded atheism as a religion “for purposes on the first amendment”
So I was just wondering should atheist, if they so decided to form a collective, be entitled to the same rights given to religious organizations, specifically “Faith Based Intitiatives”?
Not sure if links are working but here is a link to a 2005 court ruling regarding atheism as a religion.
Thanks for your thoughts.

Best answer:

Answer by bottom contributor
Sadly and ironically, many atheists have the habit of closely resembling ritual observers. But atheism isn’t a religion, regardless of how any atheist expresses their lack of belief in a god.

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