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This is What Happened in Texas When College Students Bid on Where Atheists Should Attend Church

Where should atheists attend church? That's what one college atheist group wanted to know, so they put out several jars listing various religious denominations (along with a representative church) and asked for donations. The jar with the most money would dictate which church they attended.
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