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Looking Back: 35 years, Vol. 37, No. 2


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By Isaac Asimov
“when someone says something that sounds as though he assumes that the Bible was written by human beings... he can rely on being vilified by large numbers of people”

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Looking Back: 25 years ago, Vol. 37, No. 2


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By Martin Gardner
“Such a vision may lead to an acceptance of strange phenomena as worthy of investigation. It can also lead, as in James’s case, to a careless acceptance of anomalies without first making a strenuous effort to be sure such phenomena exist.”

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Letters, Vol. 37, No. 2


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Letters in response to Free Inquiry volume 37, issue 1.

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The National Nightmare Ramps Up


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By Edd Doerr
“As President-elect Trump likes to throw around the word loser, let’s list some of the main losers in the Election Day debacle.”

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Abolish the Freedom of Religion! A View from Europe


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By Maarten Boudry
“All opinions should 
be free, whether 
they’re called 
‘religious’ or not.”

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A Devil on My Shoulder


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By Burt Siemens
“Religion happened to me by accident of birth, like the birthmark on my shoulder.”

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Creating the Bible: Water into Wine


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By Douglas Whaley
“I speculate as to what it must have been like for those learned men who first wrote down the legends they had gathered from many sources as they decided which ones were true and which false.”

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The Edge of Reason: A Rational Skeptic in an Irrational World


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By Wayne L. Trotta
“No matter how committed you are to logic and evidence, you cannot escape yourself, and, yes, this means that there is always a subjective 
element to our thinking.”

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2017

Christianity in the Light of Science: Critically Examining the World’s Largest Religion


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By Dennis R. Trumble
“Here the authors—distinguished scholars from a wide range of fields—examine how the Christian faith 
fits within our current scientific understanding of the cosmos.”

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2017

Books in Brief - Vol. 37, No. 2


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BOOKS IN BRIEF Building God’s Kingdom: Inside the World of Christian Reconstruction, by Julie J. Ingersoll (New York, N.Y.: Oxford University Press, 2015, ISBN 9780199913787). Endnotes, bibli­ography. 320 pp. Hardcover, $29.95. The author examines a surprisingly little-noticed segment of the Christian Right—the teachings of theologian R. J. Rushdoony and his...

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