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Mar
31
1998

Awesome Versus Adipose


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 18 issue 2
By Peter Atkins
Science reveals where religion conceals. Where religion purports to explain, it actually resorts to tautology.

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Mar
31
1998

When Religion Steps on Science’s Turf


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 18 issue 2
By Richard Dawkins
The question, "What is right and what is wrong?" is a genuinely difficult question that science certainly cannot answer.

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Mar
31
1998

Frontlines - Vol. 18, No. 2


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 18 issue 2
By Tom Flynn
FREE INQUIRY FRONTLINES   'God Module' Discovered in the Brain - Not! David Noelle A presentation to the Society for Neuroscience gained international attention last October for its claim that scientific evidence had been found for a brain system dedicated to religious belief. This report of a neurological "God module,"...

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Feb
28
1998

Secular World


By Matt Cherry
Secular World by Matt Cherry The following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 14, Number 1. Oregon Becomes First State To Legalize Assisted Suicide The state of Oregon is now the only place in the world with the legal right to physician aid in dying. "The Death with...

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Feb
28
1998

Secular Sobriety In U.K. Parliament


By Matt Cherry
Secular Sobriety In U.K. Parliament by Matt Cherry Secular Organizations for Sobriety (SOS) is gaining recognition at the very highest levels in Britain. SOS founder Jim Christopher recently received a letter of commendation from the office of Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair, and he has been invited to address a...

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Feb
28
1998

The New SHB


By Matt Cherry
The New SHB by Matt Cherry This issue reveals a new look for Secular Humanist Bulletin. I hope that you like the new design and the many new features that have been introduced since last summer. Please help support the Bulletin by introducing it to other non-religious people who may...

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Feb
28
1998

The Humanist Touch


By Putting The Human Into Secular Humanism
The Humanist Touch Putting The Human Into Secular Humanism by Judith Hayes The following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 14, Number 1. There is an old saying: "Out of everything good comes something bad; and out of everything bad comes something good." This was brought home to...

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Feb
28
1998

Building Local Communities


By Matt Cherry
Building Local Communities by Matt Cherry Building local secular humanist groups will be a central activity for the Council for Secular Humanism in 1998. The Council is therefore pleased to start the year with two new initiatives to help local secular humanist groups: tax-exempt status for local groups under the...

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Feb
28
1998

CSER


By Secular Celebrants
The page was not found. The page you're looking for may have a different address or may not exist. You can use the search engine at the top of this page to search by author headline or enter some key words that will help the search engine give you the...

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Feb
28
1998

Gay and Lesbian Humanist Network


By Harley Brown
Gay and Lesbian Humanist Network by Harley Brown The following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 14, Number 1. As the founder of the Philadephia Gay and Lesbian Secular Humanists, I have been asked why I chose to start a gay and lesbian secular humanist group, when unlike...

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