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May
31
1998

Carolina Humanists on Christian TV!


By Jo Ann Mooney
Carolina Humanists on Christian TV! by Jo Ann Mooney The incredible has happened! The Upstate South Carolina Secular Humanists (USH) took part in an abortion debate on Greenville's Christian Television station WGGS. After an earlier anti-choice program featuring a "reformed" abortion clinic guard, President Lee Deitz requested and received equal...

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May
31
1998

Comment


By John M. Suarez, M.D.
Comment by John M. Suarez, M.D. The following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 14, Number 2. School Vouchers - Yesterday, Today and Forever Public Education has been the main target of the Radical Religious Right from the beginning. This is understandable because a viable and efficient system...

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May
31
1998

Nigerian Humanists Defend Women


By Norm Allen, Jr.
Nigerian Humanists Defend Women by Norm Allen, Jr. The Nigerian Humanist Movement is striving to make humanism relevant to ordinary Africans. The group has recently started an excellent newsletter, Humanist Concern (March, 1998). The first issue takes a strong stand against Female Genital Mutilation (FGM - sometimes euphemistically called "female...

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May
31
1998

Moscow Center Success


By Matt Cherry
Moscow Center Success by Matt Cherry The new Center for Inquiry in Moscow, Russia, has been attracting media attention in Russia and speakers from around the world. Since its opening in September 1997, Mario Bunge, one of the world's leading philosophers's of science, and American anthropologist H. James Birx, have...

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May
31
1998

The Human Factor


By Molleen Matsumura
The Human Factor by Molleen Matsumura The following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 14, Number 2. Welcome again to the column written by its readers! The question in our last issue that particularly intrigued readers was the request for suggestions of how to build bridges among individual...

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May
31
1998

Freethought in the Religion Pages


By Pat Kelley
Freethought in the Religion Pages by Pat Kelley The following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 14, Number 2. "I read your article last Saturday, and I just wanted to tell you - I agree with you!" I most often hear this from co-workers the Monday after my...

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May
31
1998

‘Censornati’ Meets Its Match


By Matt Cherry
'Censornati' Meets Its Match by Matt Cherry Cincinnati is notorious for censoring free expression - as photographer Robert Mapplethorpe and publisher Larry Flynt both learnt to their cost. The local censors finally met their match when they tried to cancel a meeting of the Free Inquiry Group (FIG.). The March...

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May
31
1998

ASHS Roundup


By Jo Ann Mooney
ASHS Roundup News from the Alliance of Secular Humanist Societiesby Jo Ann Mooney Center for Inquiry - West debuted "Forty-one Heroes of Humanism" a 35mm color slide presentation this past winter. The full color production aims to introduce humanism in a positive way, showing that some of the greatest intellectuals...

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Mar
31
1998

Big Bang Cosmology and Atheism


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 18 issue 2
By Quentin Smith
Is it nonetheless possible that God could have caused this universe? No.

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Mar
31
1998

Sidelines, Vol. 18, No. 2


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 18 issue 2
By Various
FREE INQUIRY SIDELINES Matt Cherry   Psychic Friends Go Bankrupt No one saw it coming. The owners of the Psychic Friends Network have filed for bankruptcy. The company had estimated annual revenues of over $100 million in the early 1990s. But predicting the future isn't what it used to be....

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