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June / July 2018

Volume 38 Number 4

Ingersoll Museum Silver Anniversary

Appreciating the Unknown Ingersoll
Tom Flynn

Ingersoll, the Premature Feminist*
Susan Jacoby

Freethought and Fury*
Sally Roesch Wagner

‘Radically’ Redesigned: Re-Experience the Freethought Trail
Paul Fidalgo and Tom Flynn

The God of the Holocene Epoch Is Dead: Religion’s Fatal Flaw
Daniel C. Maguire

Myth Became Fact
Robert M. Price

Separation of Church and State: Ranking the Presidents
Bill Lehto

The Four Horsemen of Apologetics
Roy W. Brown


Freethought’s History Mustn’t Be Forgotten*
Tom Flynn


Facebook vs. Freethought*
Sarah Haider

A Step Closer to Human Cloning?
Russell Blackford

Disenchantment and History
Shadia B. Drury

The Prison of Self
Ophelia Benson

How Giant Birds Help Disprove the Existence of a Good God*
Gregory S. Paul

Secular Surge
James A. Haught

The Myth of Rationalist Dogma
Gary Whittenberger


Stephen Hawking


35 Years Ago in Free Inquiry

25 Years Ago in Free Inquiry



Doerr's Way
Damage Report: Humanae Vitae at Fifty
Edd Doerr

Living Without Religion
Grave Considerations
Allen H. Agnitti

Humanist Soapbox
Confessions of a Recovering Jerk
Steve Cuno

Thinking Out Loud
Infinity: Just One Damn Thing after Another
Kenneth Nahigian

The Faith I Left Behind
Why I Don’t Believe—an Examination of Atheist Logic
Phil Hatfield

Humanism at Large
If I’m Asked to Deliver a Prayer of Thanks
Stephen Greenfield


Bible Nation: The United States of Hobby Lobby
by Candida R. Moss and Joel S. Baden
Reviewed by Wayne L. Trotta

What Secularism Means to Africa: What It Has Been, What It Hasn’t Been and What It Could Mean for Human Rights,
edited by Jon O’Brien
Reviewed by Edd Doerr

The River of Consciousness
by Oliver Sacks
Reviewed by Brooke Horvath


Nocturne: Riffs
by Patty Seyburn

Midnight Mass
by George Kalogeris