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Oct
05
1999

The Woman’s Bible


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 19 issue 4
One of the first American suffragists, Elizabeth Cady Stanton was a tireless champion of equal rights and a strong opponent of religious orthodoxy.

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Oct
05
1999

It’s a Miracle: No National Day of Prayer


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By Tom Flynn
CHURCH-STATE UPDATE It’s a Miracle: No National Day of Prayer Tom Flynn Church-State Update tracks continuing developments in important federal, state, and local church-state issues. Each item is preceded by an up arrow (Δ) or a down arrow (∇), based on the story’s implications for separation of church and state...

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Oct
05
1999

Humanism at Large, 19.4


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HUMANISM AT LARGE   CFI SESSION About 30 attended the summer session of the Center for Inquiry Institute held July 7–11, 1999 at CFI International in Amherst (N.Y.) Courses included Introduction to Critical Inquiry as an Academic Discipline and Worldview, The Psychology of Belief, and Communication and Leadership Skills in...

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Oct
05
1999

Jihad in the West: Muslim Conquest from the Seventh to the Twenty-First Centuries


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By Paul Kurtz
REVIEWS Can the Jihad Be Tamed? Paul Kurtz Jihad in the West: Muslim Conquest from the Seventh to the Twenty-First Centuries, by Paul Fregosi (Amherst, N.Y. Prometheus Books, 1998, ISBN 1-57392-247-1) 442 pp., cloth $29.95. There were special circumstances that surrounded the decision by Prometheus Books to publish this book....

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Oct
05
1999

Amy’s View (1997), Plenty (1996)


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By Jim Herrick
REVIEWS David Hare: Acts of Discovery Jim Herrick Amy’s View (1997), Plenty (1996). David Hare is a contemporary British playwright with a wide humanist streak, a strong sense of recent history, and yet a deep consciousness of the need to resolve issues, to live fully in the present. His characters...

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Oct
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1999

What Remains to be Discovered? Mapping the Secrets of the Universe, the Origins of Life, and the Fut


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By Tom Flynn
REVIEWS The End of Science? Not Likely Tom Flynn What Remains to be Discovered: Mapping the Secrets of the Universe, the Origins of Life, and the Future of the Human Race, by John Maddox (New York: Martin Kessler Books/The Free Press, 1998, ISBN 0-684-82292-X) xlv + 434 pp., cloth $26.00....

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Oct
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1999

Atheism & Theism


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By Norm R. Allen, Jr.
REVIEWS Atheist VS. Theist Norm R. Allen, Jr. Atheism & Theism, by J.J.C. Smart and J.J. Haldane (Oxford, U.K.: Blackwell Publishers, Inc., ISBN 0-385-47818-6) 234 pp., paper $25.95. Atheism & Theism is a debate on the existence of God between an atheist (J. J. C. Smart) and a theist (J....

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Oct
05
1999

Leaving the Cave: Evolutionary Naturalism in the Social-Scientific Thought


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By John Novak
REVIEWS Responsible Social Thinking John Novak Leaving the Cave: Evolutionary Naturalism in Social-Scientific Thought, by Pat Duffy Hutcheon (Waterloo, Ontario, Canada: Wilfred Laurier University Press 1998, ISBN 0889202796) xvi + 504 pp., paper $29.95. For many of our ancestors, caves provided protection from often cold and cruel elements of nature....

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Oct
05
1999

Rocks of Ages: Science and Religion in the Fullness of Life


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By Tom Flynn
REVIEWS But They Do Overlap Tom Flynn Rocks of Ages: Science and Religion in the Fullness of Life, by Stephen Jay Gould (New York: Ballantine Publishing Group, ISBN 0-345-43009-3), 222 pp., cloth $18.95. “Faith and knowledge are totally different things,” wrote Schopenhauer, “which for their mutual benefit have to be...

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1999

Sidelines, Vol. 19, No. 3


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FREE INQUIRY SIDELINES   Farrakhan Becoming Immortal Norm Allen Due to fears brought about by reports of Louis Farrakhan's poor health, it is highly probable that the Nation of Islam is preparing the minister for immortality. Old NOI leaders never die. They just fade away-to the Mother Plane. According to...

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