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2018

Voting and the Trolley Problem


Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 5
By Greta Christina
Voting often means choosing the lesser evil. But you’ve got to vote.

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Aug
02
2018

Oil Is Godly


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By Gregory S. Paul
Christian notions about oil, prosperity, and climate make no sense. Oh, and water runs downhill.

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2018

Gun Nuts on the Run


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 5
By S. T. Joshi
At long last, the gun nuts have a bull’s-eye squarely on their backs.

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2018

The Failure of Ideological Purity Tests


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 5
By Faisal Saeed Al Mutar
A campaigner against extremism splits from organized freethought.

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2018

Jens Christian Skou, Humanist Laureate, Dies at Ninety-Nine


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 5
By Nicole Scott
APPRECIATION Jens Christian Skou, Humanist Laureate, Dies at Ninety-Nine Nicole Scott Jens Christian Skou, born in 1918, may have spent his life in Denmark, but his legacy spread across the world and time. Skou discovered a vital mechanism in the body’s cells, which earned him the Nobel Prize in Chemistry...

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2018

Volume 38.5 — Looking Back: 25 Years Ago in Free Inquiry


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Looking Back: 25 Years Ago in Free Inquiry “Western society has been deeply influenced by Christian doctrine, operating, as it has been, relatively unchallenged for most of the past two millennia. … [M]any of the destructive teachings of Christianity have shaped social attitudes in a variety of spheres and in...

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2018

Volume 38.5 — Looking Back: 35 Years Ago in Free Inquiry


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 5
Looking Back: 35 Years Ago in Free Inquiry “The courage to doubt, on which American pluralism, federalism, and religious liberty are founded, is a special brand of courage, a more selfless brand of courage, than the courage of orthodoxy. A brand that has been far rarer and more precious in...

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2018

Letters - Volume 38.5


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 5
Letters - Volume 38.5 In Response After reading Whaley’s interview with God (FI , December 2017/January 2018), I bit my tongue while deciding not to comment, but after reading Imre Toth’s letter (FI April/May 2018), I felt an obligation to comment. I always had difficulty with people, especially Christians and...

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2018

Betsy DeVos Ramps Up Her War on Public Schools


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 5
By Edd Doerr
Holding Betsy DeVos and Pope Francis to account.

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Aug
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2018

Drawing Lines for Fun and Prophet: How Religion Makes Us Behave Better


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 5
By Steve Cuno
It makes no sense to keep one’s distance from a THOU SHALT NOT line when it is so much safer to teeter at the brink.

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