Ronald Bruce Meyer

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Date registered: November 11, 2010
Yahoo! IM: ronaldbrucemeyer


Freethought Almanac was created by Ronald Bruce Meyer, in collaboration with, in March 2003. What started with a brief notice on the birthday of Albert Einstein, grew into almost 250,000 words on not only biography but history, philosophy, theology and politics — one day at a time. Freethought Almanac looks at these daily subjects from a godless point of view, that is, a point of view that is based not on fantasies, delusions or wishful thinking, but a view that is evidence-based.

Latest posts

  1. November 23: Ronald Bruce Meyer (1954) — November 23, 2014
  2. No Nuance Please, We’re American — November 17, 2014
  3. November 2: Annie Laurie Gaylor (1955) — November 2, 2014
  4. October 5: John Addington Symonds — October 5, 2014
  5. September 27: Stephan Jenkins — September 27, 2014

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Oct 05

October 5: John Addington Symonds

John Addington Symonds

John Addington Symonds (1840) It was on this date, October 5, 1840, that British writer John Addington Symonds was born in Bristol. He was educated at Oxford and married Janet Catherine North (sister of botanical artist Marianne North), on 10 November 1864, producing four daughters. Having health problems throughout his life, Symonds gave up the …

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Sep 27

September 27: Stephan Jenkins

Stephan Jenkins

Stephan Jenkins (1964) It was on this date, September 27, 1964, that Stephan Jenkins, the front man for the pop music group Third Eye Blind, was born Stephan Douglas Jenkins in Oakland, California. After overcoming childhood dyslexia, and earning a degree in literature in 1987 from the University of California, Berkeley, Stephan Jenkins co-founded Third …

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Sep 05

September 5: Religion and Terror

Maximilian Robespierre

The Reign of Terror (1793) and the Churches It was on this date, September 5, 1793, that an 11-month Reign of Terror began in France. Sometimes called the Red Terror, to distinguish it from the equally brutal but little-mentioned White Terror which followed it, the Reign of Terror lasted until the execution of Maximilian Robespierre …

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