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1997

Striving For One Hundred


By Dave Schummer
Striving For One Hundred by Dave Schummer The weekend of September 20 & 21 saw student Campus Freethought Alliance leaders converge upon the "Celebration of Freethought" seminar in Cincinnati, OH. They had good news to report. The number of CFA affiliates has steadily grown since university classes resumed in September...

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Sep
30
1997

A Declaration of Women’s Rights in Islamic Societies


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 17 issue 4
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A Declaration of Women's Rights in Islamic Societies The following article is from Free Inquiry magazine, Volume 17, Number 4. We, the undersigned, believe that the oppression of women is a grave offense against all of humanity and that such offense is an impediment to social and moral progress throughout...

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Sep
30
1997

Islam’s Shame Lifting the Veil of Tears


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 17 issue 4
By Ibn Warraq
Islam has always considered women as creatures inferior in every way: physically, intellectually, and morally.

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Sep
30
1997

Why I Am a Secular Humanist


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 17 issue 4
By An Interview with Nobel Laureate Wole Soyinka
Because of the constant sense I have of the wrongs against the Nigerian people, of which these are representative, I have no time at all to think about my own difficulties.

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Sep
30
1997

Women and British Porn Laws


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 17 issue 4
By Cherie Matrix
Britain has some of the most restrictive porn laws in the western world. It is even a crime to show an erect penis in any publication or video.

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Sep
30
1997

Sex and God: Is Religion Twisted?


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 17 issue 4
By James A. Haught
Most Westerners have come to regard sex as wholesome and wonderful. Sanctimonious strictures seem to suit fewer and fewer people.

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Aug
31
1997

The Human Factor


By Molleen Matsumura
The Human Factor by Molleen Matsumura The following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 13, Number 3. "The Human Factor" is a new feature of the Secular Humanist Bulletin, a forum in which the readers will be the writers. Here, humanists all over the country can exchange views...

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Aug
31
1997

Secular Family News


By Jan Loeb Eisler
Secular Family News by Jan Loeb Eisler The following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 13, Number 3. Long needed and wholeheartedly endorsed by the Council for Secular Humanism, a family oriented newsletter, Secular Family News, is in the offing. Until now, the humanist movement has never made...

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Aug
31
1997

A Helping Hand for Secular Families


By Matt Cherry
A Helping Hand for Secular Families by Matt Cherry The following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 13, Number 3. Family is a central experience in our lives. Our family experiences - whether as children, partners, parents or relatives - shape our own lives, and enable us to...

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Jun
30
1997

Morality Requires God ... or Does It?


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 17 issue 3
By Theodore Schick, Jr.
Morality Requires God ... or Does It? Theodore Schick, Jr. Although Plato demonstrated the logical independence of God and morality over 2,000 years ago in the Euthyphro, the belief that morality requires God remains a widely held moral maxim. In particular, it serves as the basic assumption of the Christian...

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