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May
14
2018

Dresden’s Ingersoll Museum Opens Memorial Day Weekend for 25th Consecutive Season


Dresden’s Ingersoll Museum Opens Memorial Day Weekend for 25th Consecutive SeasonFor Immediate Release: May 14, 2018Contact: Paul Fidalgo, Communications Directorpress@centerforinquiry.net - 207-358-9785Original Birthplace of “The Great Agnostic” Honors Nineteenth Century’s Famous Orator This Memorial Day weekend the Robert Green Ingersoll Birthplace Museum in Dresden opens for its 25th anniversary season....

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Apr
03
2018

Deconstructing Religion: Introduction


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 3
By Tom Flynn
The best path forward for humankind involves consigning as much of our religious heritage as possible to history’s proverbial dustbin.

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Apr
03
2018

Features of Religions as Cognitive By-Products


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 3
By Robert N. McCauley
In a quarter century, cognitive science has revolutionized our understanding of religion.

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Apr
03
2018

The Story of a Creature with Peculiar Habits


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 3
By Armin W. Geertz
The roots of religious behavior may lie deeper than many cognitive scholars of religion think.

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Apr
03
2018

Reinvigorating the Comparative, Cooperative Ethnographic Sciences of Religion


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 3
By Benjamin Grant Purzycki and Joseph Watts
The greatest challenge in advancing the social science of religion may lie in better organizing the social scientists.

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Apr
03
2018

Atheists: The Puppy Kicking, Chicken ‘Loving,’ Serial Killing Cannibals Next Door?


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 3
By Sarah R. Schiavone and Will M. Gervais
Prejudice against atheists is real. It’s global. And it’s worse than you think.

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Apr
03
2018

The Meaning and Legacy of Humanism: A Sharp Challenge from a Potential Ally


Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 3
By Yuval Noah Harari and A. P. Norman
Humanist philosopher Andy Norman challenges superstar intellectual Yuval Noah Harari about the meaning of humanism.

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Apr
03
2018

Stretching Gods


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 3
By Tony Pasquarello
Traditional religions and their deities cannot be stretched to accommodate contemporary scientific cosmology.

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Apr
03
2018

Tale of the Trail


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 3
By Tom Flynn
Tale of the Trail Tom Flynn This year is the silver anniversary of the re-opening of the Robert Green Ingersoll Birthplace Museum by what is now known as the Council for Secular Humanism. (The birthplace of nineteenth-century agnostic orator Robert Green Ingersoll had been restored and opened as a museum...

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Apr
03
2018

A Trail for the Heartland


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 3
By Tom Flynn
New York State has no monopoly on radical reform history.

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