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He is the chairman of the Atheist Association of Finland (Suomen Ateistiyhdistys) and former chairman of the of Freethinkers of Finland (Vapaa-ajattelijoiden liitto), the biggest atheistic association in Finland. George Holyoake (1817–1906): English secularist.Holyoake was the last person in England to be imprisoned (in 1842) for being an atheist. He coined the term "secularism" in 1846. Ellen Johnson: President of American Atheists, 1995-2008. Edwin Kagin (1940–): lawyer, activist, founder of the Camp Quest secular summer camp, and American Atheists' Kentucky State Director. Dave Kong (19??He was murdered on his final protest. Michael Newdow (1953–): American physician and attorney, who sued a school district on the grounds that its requirement that children recite the U. Pledge of Allegiance, containing the words "under God", breached the separation-of-church-and-state provision in the establishment clause of the United States Constitution. Madalyn Murray O'Hair (1919–1995): founder of American Atheists, campaigner for the separation of church and state; filed the lawsuit that led the US Supreme Court to ban teacher-led prayer and Bible reading in public schools. Keith Porteous Wood (19??
–): Author of several books of Jewish fiction and non-fiction, including Waiting for God: The Spiritual Explorations of a Reluctant Atheist. Mary Butts (1890–1937): English modernist writer. João Cabral de Melo Neto, (1920–1999): Brazilian poet, considered one of the greatest Brazilian poets of all time. Angela Carter (1940–1992): English novelist and journalist, known for her feminist, magical realism and science fiction works. Luigi Cascioli (1947): Italian author, who trained to become a Roman Catholic priest, but he left to become a pronounced atheist, arguing that Jesus never existed. Sir Arthur C. Cole (1889–1959): English political theorist, economist, writer and historian. Ivy Compton-Burnett DBE (1884–1969): English novelist. Cyril Connolly (1903–1974): English intellectual, literary critic and writer. Edmund Cooper (1926–1982): English poet and prolific writer of speculative fiction and other genres, published under his own name and several pen names. William Cooper (1910–2002): English novelist. Jim Crace (1946–): English writer, winner of numerous awards. Dan Culberson (1941–): American writer, author of An Atheist's Handbook (2005) and The Searcher (2009).
Alain de Botton (1969–): English writer and television producer. Marquis de Sade (1740–1814): French aristocrat, revolutionary and writer of philosophy-laden and often violent pornography. Isaac Deutscher (1907–1967): British journalist, historian and biographer. Thomas M.
Disch (1940–2008): American science fiction author and poet, winner of several awards. Roddy Doyle (1958–): Irish novelist, dramatist and screenwriter, winner of the Booker Prize in 1993. Ruth Dudley Edwards (19??
Clarke (1917–2008): British scientist and science-fiction author. Edward Clodd (1840–1930): English banker, writer and anthropologist, an early populariser of evolution, keen folklorist and chairman of the Rationalist Press Association. Claud Cockburn (1904–1981): Renowned radical British writer and journalist, controversial for his communist sympathies. Jonathan Coe (1961–): British novelist and satirical writer. G.  Theodore Dalrymple (1949–): pen name of British writer and retired physician Anthony Daniels. Rhys Davies (1901–1978): Welsh novelist and short story writer. Frank Dalby Davison (1893–1970): Australian novelist and short story writer, best known for his animal stories and sensitive interpretations of Australian bush life. Richard Dawkins (1941–): British ethologist, evolutionary biologist and popular science author.
He was formerly Professor for Public Understanding of Science at Oxford and was a fellow of New College, Oxford.
Clark Adams (1969–2007): Prominent American freethought leader and activist. Ayaan Hirsi Ali (1969–): Dutch feminist and politician. Natalie Angier (1958–): Nonfiction writer and science journalist for The New York Times; 1991 winner of Pulitzer Prize for Beat Reporting. Dan Barker (1949–): American atheist activist. Walter Block (1941–): Austrian School economist and anarcho-capitalist Peter Brearey (1939–1998): British secularist, socialist and journalist, Editor of The Freethinker from 1993 until his death. William Montgomery Brown (1855–1937): Episcopal bishop and Communist author. Richard Carrier (1969–): historian, philosopher, and atheist activist. Chapman Cohen (1868–1954): English freethought writer and lecturer, and an editor of The Freethinker and president of the National Secular Society. Margaret Downey: an atheist activist who is the current President of Atheist Alliance International. Joseph Edamaruku (1934–2006): Indian journalist, author, leader in the rationalist movement, and winner of the International Atheist Award in 1979. Sanal Edamaruku (1955–): Indian rationalist, president of the Indian Rationalist Association. Reginald Vaughn Finley, Sr.