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2010-11-27
Jeremy’s Opinionated Introduction to Freethought part 2

Does being an atheist make you a Freethinker? Does believing in a God keep you from being a freethinker?

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2010-11-26
Spanish Orgasm

I’m not sure what the demeaning part was. The fact that women have orgasms, too? Or would the ad have been more effective if the main character was a man getting excited?

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2010-11-19
November 19: Larry King

King told a German magazine that, yes, he can always learn something new. With one exception — if it comes to religious topics everything is already said. I am an agnostic, so I don't learn anything from them."

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2010-11-18
Jeremy's Opinionated Introduction to Freethought

What exactly is Freethought? The question has been tossed around a bit for at least the last two centuries most passionately in my opinion. If a Christian believes in "free will" does that make him or her a Freethinker? If someone utilizes, lets say, the scientific method? Or the "Baloney Test" (as Carl Sagan frankly described […]

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2010-11-17
November 17: "Frailty" Film Premier

If all of this sounds like Hollywood hype, bear in mind that, in the same year (2001), Andrea Yates believed she was possessed by the devil, and that only by drowning her children could she save them.

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Ronald Bruce Meyer

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Week in Freethought History (July 22-28)

Here’s your Week in Freethought History: This is more than just a calendar of events or mini-biographies – it’s a reminder that, no matter how isolated and alone we may feel at times, we as freethinkers are neither unique nor alone in the world. Last Sunday, July 22, but in 1822, Moravian monk and amateur […]



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