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Dec
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1998

Frontlines, Vol. 19, No. 1


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 19 issue 1
By Tom Flynn
FREE INQUIRY FRONTLINES   RFRA Clones Stall in Congress, Several States Tom Flynn Bills designed to curb government power over religion have stalled in Congress and in four of seven states. The Religious Liberty Protection Act (RLPA) failed to attain congressional "fast track" status and remains in the Senate and...

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Dec
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1998

Trying to Prove that the Bible Is Pro-Woman


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By Lena Ksarjian
I wonder how a text, written some time between 50–55 c.e. to a group of ancient people living in Anatolia, can serve as the charter document for Christian feminists living in America, in the closing years of the twentieth century?

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Dec
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1998

Where Are the Secularists?


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By Paul Kurtz
Apparently, belonging to a religion, whatever it is, is considered a mark of moral character and patriotism.

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Sep
30
1998

Sidelines


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Free Inquiry Sidelines by Matt Cherry The following articles are from Free Inquiry magazine, Volume 18, Number 4. Wise Guy Politicians can say some pretty stupid things. But it is rare for them to come right out and explicitly attack intelligence and education. An exception to this rule is James...

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Sep
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1998

Is Morality a Matter of Taste?


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By Theodore Schick
As ethical theories go, subjectivism is about as bad as they come.

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Sep
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1998

The Real Jefferson on Religion


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By Robert S. Alley
Citizens have a right to expect the Library of Congress to be dedicated to the fair and complete presentation of its holdings so that opinions may flourish with the safety net of accuracy.

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Sep
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1998

The Bible and Astronomy


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By Hector Avalos
Many scientists would argue that, for modern astronomy to be born, biblical cosmology had to die.

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Sep
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1998

Frontlines, Vol. 18, No. 4


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 18 issue 4
By Tom Flynn
FREE INQUIRY FRONTLINES   True Churchgoing Revealed Tom Flynn Americans may believe in a god who sees everything, but they lie about how often they go to church. Since 1939, the Gallup organization has reported that 40% of adults attend church weekly. (The most recent figure is 42%.) Gallup's figure...

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Aug
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1998

Secular World


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Secular World edited by Deidre Conn The following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 14, Number 3. Wisconsin Supreme Court Allows School Vouchers On June 10 the Wisconsin State Supreme Court voted 4-2 to allow public school funds to be diverted to religious institutions through school vouchers, reversing...

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Aug
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1998

The Islamic Bomb


By Ibn Warraq
The Islamic Bomb by Ibn Warraq The following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 14, Number 3. On May 28, 1998, Pakistan detonated between two and five (the exact number is disputed) nuclear devices in its southwestern deserts, becoming the world's first Islamic nation to test nuclear weapons....

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