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Voices from the Past: Recalling ‘the Good, the Beautiful, and the True’


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 5
By Allen H. Agnitti
Renan’s neglected writings offer a fertile, three-pronged way to enrich our view of life and its challenges.

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Secular Mythology


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By Marc Schaus
High Heresy Secular Mythology Marc Schaus What do you think of when you hear the word mythology? Many of us tend to picture a culture’s “mythology” as a collection of stories and personal narratives particular to that social group and their way of life—usually with the most popular and enduring...

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Religious Scientists


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By R. C. Gibson
Do religious scientists simply lack courage?

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The Suffocation of American Compassion


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By Nicholas S. Molinari
Christians who still support Trump may get what’s coming to them good and hard.

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Bible Theme Parks of the Future


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By Shawn Dawson
Building a Bible theme park? Don’t leave out God’s atrocities!

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When Women Choose Freedom over Religion


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By Teresa Roberts
“Although each essay is different, they inevitably have one thing in common: religion stands firmly in the way of progress for women.”

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The Mathematicians Have Made a Covenant with the Devil


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By Ed Buckner
“Intellectual history is the history of people who think and, usually, of people who think big and who think clearly outside the conventional mainstream.”

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Cerebral Pilfering


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By Mark Cagnetta
A user’s wants and needs, likes and dislikes, political positions, and purchasing history, become corporate-owned data.

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No Ideas


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By Patty Seyburn
POEM No Ideas Patty Seyburn Things, they are no fools. They tableau. The trees pose, too, as the yogini know. And my trousseau of objects rearrange themselves each night. They want to be still- lives, to be of record. The time they change changes because letting me watch would sacrifice...

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Encounter with a Neighbor


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By Joyce Wilson
POEM Encounter with a Neighbor Joyce Wilson I met him on the empty cattle walk. We knew that he had planned to go away. I was surprised when he began to talk To me with sorrow that he could not stay, That he was going to Jerusalem Where he would...

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