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REBUTTAL There's No Time to Wait
Jesus Probably Did Not Exist
Religion and Suicide
Richard G. Dumont
Saving My Life by Saving My Soul?
A Response to a Review
A Response to Stephen LeDrew
The Great Agnostic Would Be Proud
Sense and Sensibility
Not (Just) a Tragedy! Fanatics and Their Atrocities *
The Foxification of American Democracy, Part 1 *
Shadia B. Drury
Rituals and Traditions
The Christian Moral Code, Part 4: Hell and Achievement
Five Stars for Church of Spies? Really?
Coming Together: How Baron d'Holbach Made Atheism a Movement
Selections from Le Bon Sens (Good Sense)
Humanism and Culture
Can the Future Be What It Used to Be?
Righting America at the Creation Museum
by Susan L. Trollinger and William Vance Trollinger, Jr.
The Grand Canyon: Monument to an Ancient Earth: Can Noah's Flood Explain the Grand Canyon?
edited by Carol Hill, Gregg Davidson, Tim Helble, and Wayne Ranney
Reviewed by Wayne L. Trotta
by Brooke Horvath