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Dec
11
2017

Fantasyland: How America Went Haywire: A 500 Year History


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 1
By Marc Schaus
America’s religious liberty impulse and its Enlightenment impulse have been magnified over time and now tilt overwhelmingly toward the former.

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Dec
11
2017

The Christian Fallacy: The Real Truth about Jesus and the Early History of Christianity


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 1
By Robert M. Price
The Christian Fallacy cherry-picks intriguing but highly dubious hypotheses ... and cobbles together from them a chain of weak links.

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Dec
11
2017

Scoundrel


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 1
By Ted Richer

Dr. Johnson

We know

Patriotism is the last refuge of a scoundrel

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Oct
23
2017

US Air Force Atheists in Texas Meet During Religious Services


US Air Force Atheists in Texas Meet During Religious Services On the US Air Force base in Texas, atheists meet weekly while other religious services are taking place.

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Sep
27
2017

Introduction


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 37 issue 6
By Tom Flynn
September 30 marks International Blasphemy Rights Day (IBRD), which the Center for Inquiry has observed since its beginning.1 IBRD celebrates the right of authors, artists, and dissidents to treat religious matters as they see fit, even to the point of offending believers.

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Sep
27
2017

The Artful Blasphemer


Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 37 issue 6
By Bruce Adams
I am a blasphemer. Even now, some forty-five years after tossing the last vestiges of my Catholic indoctrination into the dustbin of childhood beliefs, this is still an oddly unsettling thing to write.

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Sep
27
2017

Blasphemy Is Harass for Me


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 37 issue 6
By Pat Oleszko
Pat Oleszko is an accomplished performance artist whose work often trespasses on “forbidden” religious ground. Her sensibility is absurdist; her methods encompass raucous costuming, rowdy street theater, and puppetry of sometimes breathtaking complexity.

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Sep
27
2017

Hate Speech or Blasphemy: What’s the Difference?


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 37 issue 6
By Sara Ali
The walls surrounding me were adorned with Arabic calligraphy and an image of a beautiful, large mosque beneath a bright blue sky. As a child, I would gaze at these images, admiring the intricacies of the calligraphy, every line and squiggle elegantly limned with shimmering silver paint.

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Sep
27
2017

‘I Love Tuesdays’


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 37 issue 6
By John Roberts
Every Tuesday afternoon, five friends played pickup basketball, then went to their favorite bar and grill for a bite to eat. They made quite the melting pot: a Roman Catholic, a Protestant evangelical, a Jewish guy, a Muslim, and an East Indian Hindu.


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Sep
27
2017

Introduction


Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 37 issue 6
By Judy Walker and Tom Flynn
In the preceding issue, Part 11 of this three-part symposium in print took a think-tank approach, emphasizing naturalism’s implications for education and public policy. In Part 2, we turn in a more critical direction.

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