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2011-02-04
This Week in Freethought History

This Week in Freethought History January 29-February 4 Broadcast on American Heathen, Friday, February 4, 2011, by John Mill. John Mill is the radio voice of Ronald Bruce Meyer. This is more than just a calendar of events or mini-biographies – it’s an affirmation that we as freethinkers are neither unique nor alone in the […]

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2011-02-04
The "Four Chaplains" and God's Love

The following is a commentary in an ongoing series of “Reflections” by John Mill. John Mill is the radio persona of Ronald Bruce Meyer and can be heard on “American Heathen.” The "American Heathen” Internet radio broadcast is aired, live, on Friday nights from 7:00pm-10:00pm Central time on ShockNetRadio.com. The "Four Chaplains" and God's Love […]

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2011-01-28
You Need Us, Brother

The following is a commentary in an ongoing series of “Reflections” by John Mill. John Mill is the radio persona of Ronald Bruce Meyer and can be heard on “American Heathen.” The "American Heathen” Internet radio broadcast is aired, live, on Friday nights from 7:00pm-10:00pm Central time on ShockNetRadio.com. You Need Us, Brother A Reflection […]

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2011-01-28
This Week in Freethought History

Don’t long for the Golden Age of Freethought. The Golden Age is now!

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2011-01-26
January 26: The Index of Prohibited Books

In practice, the Church punished severely only those who questioned doctrine. More space on the “Index” was devoted to translations of the Bible than to any other work, including lewd ones.

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2011-01-21
I’ll Pray For You

The following is a commentary in an ongoing series of “Reflections” by John Mill. John Mill is the radio persona of Ronald Bruce Meyer and can be heard on “American Heathen.” “The American Heathen” Internet radio broadcast is aired, live, on Friday nights from 7:00pm-10:00pm Central time on ShockNetRadio.com I’ll Pray For You A Reflection […]

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2011-01-19
January 19: Edgar Allan Poe

Poe did not believe in life after death and, in his prose-poem "Eureka," published the year before he died, says "... 'God,' ... stands for the possible attempt at an impossible conception."

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2011-01-03
January 3: Franz Cumont

Cumont's works on ancient Rome not only demonstrated his Rationalism, but corrected many false charges Christian apologists had made against the pagans.

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2010-12-20
Arguments for benevolent theism eventual break down to malevolent polytheism

How all arguments for benevolent theism eventual break down to malevolent polytheism. Part one. In this multiple part series I will be discussing in depth how all arguments for benevolent theisms (wether poly or not) are merely a moving of the goal posts by those who argue for it. I will show you that ALL […]

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2010-12-03
Jeremy’s Opinionated Introduction to Freethought part 3

This is a continuation from a previous posting Being a purist freethinker is EXTREMELY difficult, if not impossible. In my opinion you absolutely cannot be a 100% freethinker 100% of the time, and I normally do not speak in absolutes. Some may disagree with me, and I think that is fine. I am not one […]

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July 30: E. Haldeman-Julius

E. Haldeman-Julius (1889) It was on this date, July 30, 1889, that Emanuel Julius was born in a Philadelphia tenement – later to become known as the book publisher E. Haldeman-Julius. Emanuel left school at age 13 to seek his fortune as a writer in New York and got a job on a Socialist newspaper, […]



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