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Jun
04
2018

Appreciating the Unknown Ingersoll


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 4
By Tom Flynn
Ingersoll was a brilliant man and a rousing orator, but he wasn’t always ahead of his time.

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Jun
04
2018

Ingersoll, the Premature Feminist


Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 4
By Susan Jacoby
Almost alone among Golden Age freethinkers, Ingersoll’s ideas about women would not seem out of place today.

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Jun
04
2018

Freethought and Fury


Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 4
By Sally Roesch Wagner
The story of an epic battle between freethought and censorship.

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Jun
04
2018

‘Radically’ Redesigned: Re-Experience the Freethought Trai


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 4
By Paul Fidalgo and Tom Flynn
The Council’s Freethought Trail has a new look and new features.

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Jun
04
2018

The God of the Holocene Epoch Is Dead: Religion’s Fatal Flaw


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 4
By Daniel C. Maguire
There is no deus ex machina. The battle against climate change is on us.

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Jun
04
2018

Myth Became Fact


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 4
By Robert M. Price
OK, so Christianity is untrue. But what if it were made “true”?

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Jun
04
2018

Separation of Church and State: Ranking the Presidents


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 4
By Bill Lehto
Five U.S. presidents whose grasp of church-state separation was exemplary.

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Jun
04
2018

The Four Horsemen of Apologetics


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 4
By Roy W. Brown
Christian theology’s new champions have achieved far less than their admirers may think.

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Jun
04
2018

Freethought’s History Mustn’t Be Forgotten


Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 4
By Tom Flynn
Radical-reform history is obscure largely because religious conservatives want it that way.

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Jun
04
2018

Facebook vs. Freethought


Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 4
By Sarah Haider
Far from freeing us, social media has made many more cautious about speaking their minds.

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