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Dec
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1997

Sidelines Vol. 18, No. 1


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By Matt Cherry
FREE INQUIRY SIDELINES Matt Cherry   Playing Tag Free Inquiry has a new tagline: "Celebrating Reason and Humanity." Here are a few of the suggestions that didn't quite make it:. A Magazine for the Religiously Challenged Everything Your Mother Warned You Against Enjoying the View on the Road to Hell...

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Dec
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1997

Mother Teresa’s House of Illusions


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By Susan Shields
Women from many nations joined Mother Teresa in the expectation that they would help the poor and come closer to God themselves. I was one of the lucky ones who mustered enough courage to walk away.

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Dec
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1997

Humanism and the U.N.


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By Norm R. Allen, Jr.
Humanism and the U.N. by Norm R. Allen, Jr. The following article is from Free Inquiry magazine, Volume 18, Number 1. Earlier this year, Ted Turner promised to give $1 billion to the United Nations. This was an impressive gesture - especially since Turner is a self-professed humanist. Many religionists...

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Dec
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1997

10 Myths About Secular Humanism


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By Matt Cherry & Molleen Matsumura
Secular humanism is not so much a body of beliefs as a method for reaching understanding. It is an approach to life that tries to be positive, rational, realistic, and open-minded.

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Dec
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1997

Unwedded Bliss


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By Matt Cherry
Unwedded Bliss by Matt Cherry The following article is from Free Inquiry magazine, Volume 18, Number 1. Young Americans are happier today than ever before. Despite widespread claims that "Generation X" suffers more stress and insecurity than did their parents, new research shows that Americans under the age of 30...

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Dec
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1997

Promise Keepers Going Down?


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By Matt Cherry
Promise Keepers Going Down? by Matt Cherry The following article is from Free Inquiry magazine, Volume 18, Number 1. "Stand in the Gap: A Sacred Assembly of Men" was a potent demonstration of the growing strength of conservative religion in America. The Promise Keepers rally brought an estimated 700,000 men...

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Dec
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1997

The Cult of Diana


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By Matt Cherry
The Cult of Diana by Matt Cherry The following article is from Free Inquiry magazine, Volume 18, Number 1. The response to the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, surprised everyone. A private tragedy sparked a public paroxysm of grief, perhaps without precedent. Hundreds of millions of people, especially in...

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Dec
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1997

Clinton Opens Floodgates for Workplace Religion


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By Thomas W. Flynn
Clinton Opens Floodgates for Workplace Religion by Thomas W. Flynn The following article is from Free Inquiry magazine, Volume 18, Number 1. The conference room is stuffy, far too cramped to share with three Internal Revenue Service auditors. The papers littering the table define the trail of your financial life....

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Dec
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1997

Murky Moonie Money


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By James A. Haught
Murky Moonie Money by James A. Haught The following article is from Free Inquiry magazine, Volume 18, Number 1. The Unification Church, the so-called Moonie sect, has a huge supply of mysterious cash, presumably from Asia - and part of it is going to ex-President George Bush. The Consortium for...

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Dec
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1997

Touched in the Head by a TV Angel


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By Wendy Kaminer
Gullibility is born of desire, and "Touched by an Angel" tells so many viewers exactly what they yearn to believe.

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