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The organisers insist that the week-long course at the Mill on the Brue outdoor activity centre will encourage youngsters to develop an open mind and their own belief system.
But others fear that it is little more than an attempt to indocrinate children with atheist views, closing their minds to all forms of organised religion.
Small, mousey-haired, personable Samantha Stein was given prominent airtime right across the BBC network yesterday to talk about a children's summer camp with a difference that she has set up in Britain.
For Ms Stein has an axe - a very big one - to grind.
Not surprisingly, the nation's most prominent unbeliever, Richard Dawkins, a former professor for the public understanding of science at Oxford University, is among them.In the middle, makeshift log benches surrounded the compulsory, rock-ringed camp fire where, in the evening, the flames would play a merry dance across the circle of young faces. Kumbaya is not sung here and the closest there is to a game is Hunt The Unicorn, of which more later.No, here at Camp Quest the hymn of choice is John Lennon's Imagine, with its opening line: 'Imagine there's no heaven.' Welcome to Britain's first atheist summer camp for children aged between eight and 17.She is also a contributor to Politico.com's The Arena and has been a frequent guest in the past on all three cable news channels – CNN, Fox News, and MSNBC.Her writings have appeared in several publications, including The Washington Post, New York Daily News, The American Spectator, Townhall, Newsmax, Human Events, Slate, Maxim, and The Daily Caller. On June 25, 2012, she began co-hosting The Cycle on MSNBC with political strategist Krystal Ball, pop-culture commentator Touré, and senior Salon political writer Steve Kornacki.