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Sep
14
2018

Escape to Exile


By Ghluam Kabir
September 30 is International Blasphemy Rights Day, an observance founded by the Center for Inquiry (CFI). In this issue, we spotlight one of the courageous writers imperiled for writing critically of religion who has received aid from CFI’s Secular Rescue program.

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Sep
12
2018

Brett Kavanaugh and the Road Ahead


By Robyn E. Blumner
Clunky state-by-state litigating could be our last hope to maintain the church-state wall.

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Sep
12
2018

End of a Golden Era


By Tom Flynn
A steady drumbeat of verdicts has reinforced the retrograde notion that “religious freedom” is something conservative Christians, not members of worldview minorities, need more of from the courts.

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Sep
12
2018

Vale, Anthony Kennedy


By Nicholas Little
Justice Kennedy judged by a standard of dignity that placed him on both sides of the liberal-conservative divide.

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Sep
05
2018

The Kavanaugh Court and Extreme Patriotism - ‘Free Inquiry’ Takes on Humanists’ Existential Threats


The Kavanaugh Court and Extreme Patriotism - Free Inquiry Takes on Humanists’ Existential ThreatsThe premier journal of secular humanist thought enters the political fray as the Senate begins its hearings on the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court. In a timely and salient special issue of...

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Aug
02
2018

By My Own Hand: Suicide Can Be a Wise and Gentle Choice


Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 5
By Lowrey R. Brown
It’s time to look beneath the stigma and see a socially-accepted role for suicide in a nation where our lives are our own.

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Aug
02
2018

Why So Much of the Bible Is Poorly Written


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 5
By Valerie Tarico
Cover Feature Why So Much of the Bible Is Poorly Written Valerie Tarico Have you ever tried to read the Bible cover to cover? Even among Christians, a minority make it all the way through. According to the Barna Group, an evangelical Christian polling organization, the average American household contains...

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Aug
02
2018

The Incompatibility of Judeo-Christian Religion with Contemporary Human Rights


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 5
By Chima Williams Iheme
Ancient religious precepts often contradict such modern understandings as human rights.

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Aug
02
2018

Why Are Secular Humanists So Afraid of Other People’s Identity Politics?


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 5
By Debbie Goddard
Most who debate over “identity politics” are talking past each other. Why?

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Aug
02
2018

The Social Forces behind Trump’s War on Science


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 5
By Jeffrey S. Victor
Trump exploits a decades-old schism between Protestant fundamentalists and science.

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