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Looking Back 35 Years Ago in Free Inquiry — Volume 38.2


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Looking Back 35 Years Ago in Free Inquiry “In a world that is rapidly becoming more and more politicized in a narrowly partisan way, where the islands of private life and the mores of civility are often overrun by angry tides of political passion. … I have come to the...

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Feb
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2018

Looking Back 25 Years Ago in Free Inquiry — Volume 38.2


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Looking Back 25 Years Ago in Free Inquiry “Now, since I have little patience with religion, most especially organized religion, I expect it goes without saying that the religion dictated by the pope is evil. He and Mother Teresa trotting around the world telling exhausted women it is their duty...

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Letters — Volume 38.2


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Letters — Volume 38.2 A Modest Proposal? Re: “A Modest Proposal: Get Religion Out of the Charity Sector,” Tom Flynn, Free Inquiry, December 2017/January 2018. This memo is to assert that this proposal is not a good idea and that beyond being more unattainable than The Nine Demands, it is...

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Feb
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Trump vs. Public Schools and Democracy


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By Edd Doerr
Trump education policies favor vouchers and charters, further disadvantaging his strongly-rural voter base.

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Feb
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2018

Optimism from the Ashes: The Galactic Humanism of Isaac Asimov


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By Dale DeBakcsy
Asimov dared to ask how humanity would be saved from enervation brought on by its own success.

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Feb
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2018

Religion and Science Fiction


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By Isaac Asimov
Asimov considers science fiction’s obligation toward religious sensitivities.

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Feb
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2018

Why Am I Not Religious?


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By Leo Igwe
Why Nigeria needs humanism, so very intensely.

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Feb
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2018

My Theological Quest Ends in Secular Humanism


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By Paul Heffron
How an eclectic ecumenical minister’s theological quest ended in secular humanism.

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2018

One-Fourth of Christians ‘Speak in Tongues’


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By James A. Haught
Jerking, howling, swooning Pentacostalism is the fastest-growing style of Christianity.

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2018

Sigmund Freud and the Mystery of Psychoanalysis


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By Shadia B. Drury
Frederick Crews’s new book paints Freud as a swindling purveyor of pseudoscience.

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