Aiming to foster a secular society, the CFI is working to put “an end to the influence that religion and pseudoscience have on public policy” and the “privileged position” they enjoy in society. In addition, it hopes to rid people of the stigma attached to being a nonbeliever. The CFI does not oppose the free exercise of religion, but its primary focus is on promoting science, reason and humanist values in the hopes of convincing others that religious dogma alone shouldn’t dictate our moral norms. This organization carries out its work through education, publishing, advocacy and social services.

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