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Contents Of Recent Issues


Free Inquiry December/January, 2005 Volume 25, No. 1December/January 2005 - Volume 25, No. 1

Editorial

‘For Spacious Skies’  - Paul Kurtz

Op-Ed

Atheists for Jesus? - Richard Dawkins

America’s Fear Factor - Wendy Kaminer

The Naturalistic Fallacy - Massimo Pigliucci

Humanism and the UN: A Shared Future? - Carl Coon

Is America a Post-democratic Society? - Paul Kurtz

Features

THE MYTHS OF CHRISTMAS . . . AND BEYOND

  • Introduction - Tom Flynn

  • Shedding Light on the Light of the World - Robert J. Gillooly

  • The Great Messiah Blunder - Bruce Martin Wildish

  • Matthew vs. Luke - Tom Flynn

  • Those Hapless Apostles - Frank T. Miosi

  • And You Shall Hear of Wars and Rumors of Wars - Jo Ann Stevens

  • And the Truth Shall Not Set Them Free - David N. Campbell

Letters

Frontlines/ Sidelines - Andrea Szalanski

Church-State Update - Tom Flynn

World Report - Bill Cooke

Great Minds Bertrand Russell (1872–1970)  - Paul Edwards

Living Without Religion Pascal’s Wager: Not a Good Bet  - Richard T. Hull

European Correspondent Let Inquiry Be Free - Jim Herrick

God on Trial Where Are the Moral Believers? - Guy P. Harrison

Reviews

Affirmations: Joyful and Creative Exuberance By Paul Kurtz - Bill Cooke

Doubt: A History By Jennifer Michael Hecht - Robert Albrook

The Impossibility of God Edited by Michael Martin and Ricki Monnier - Kai Nielsen

Fear, Faith, Fact, Fantasy By John A. Henderson - Wolf Roder

Putting Humans First: Why We’re Nature’s Favorites By Tibor R. Machan - Gerry Dantone


Free Inquiry October/November, 2004 Volume 24, No. 6October/November 2004 - Volume 24, No. 6

Editorial

Affirming Life - Paul Kurtz

Op-Ed

Who Owns the Argument from Improbability? - Richard Dawkins

No President Is Above the Constitution - Nat Hentoff

Which Side for Seculars? - Christopher Hitchens

Prohibition Creeps Back - Wendy Kaminer

Are Some People Natural Humanists? - Vern L. Bullough

Taking Humanism beyond Speciesism - Peter Singer

What’s Wrong With Modernity? - Tibor R. Machan

Reason and Superstition in Uganda - Bill Cooke

Humanism in Africa Marches Forward - Norm R. Allen Jr.

Science, Civility, and Value Judgments - Irving Louis Horowitz

Features

REASON EMBATTLED

Response

  • Science Is Not Philosophy - Patrick Frank and Thomas H. Ray

Response

  • Of Course, Science Is Not Philosophy - Massimo Pigliucci

Letters

Frontlines/ Sidelines - Andrea Szalanski

Church-State Update - Tom Flynn

World Report - Bill Cooke

Great Minds The Humanism of L. Frank Baum  - Katharine M. Rogers

Applied Ethics Ethics for a Meaningful Life - Richard Neavel 

God on Trial The Strange Universe of the Homosexual Christian - David Rand

Humanist Living Creeping Humanism - Pat Inniss

Reviews

Mother Teresa: The Final Verdict By Aroup Chatterjee - Bill Cooke

Gandhi: Behind the Mask of Divinity By G.B. Singh - Innaiah Narisetti

Who’s Looking Out for You? By Bill O’Reilly - Hector Avalos

Early Mormon Documents Edited by Dan Vogel - Paul Kurtz



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