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2011-08-03
August 3: Rupert Brooke

Rupert Brooke (1887) It was on this date, August 3, 1887, that the Edwardian British poet W.B. Yeats called "The most handsome man in England," Rupert Brooke was born in Rugby. He was educated at Rugby School (where his father was housemaster) and King's College, Cambridge, distinguishing himself as both student and athlete. He was […]

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2011-01-04
January 4: Freethinkers in the Fabian Society

Some of the better-known Fabians include atheist-turned Theosophist Annie Besant, the virulently anti-Christian dramatist George Bernard Shaw, the atheist novelist H.G. Wells, and Rupert Brooke, the Agnostic poet.

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The Week in Freethought History (December 30-January 5)

Read about Vatican recognition of Christ-Killers, the persecution of anatomist Andreas Vesalius, J.G. Frazer’s exposure of Christianity’s sources, Isaac Asimov, Roman statesman M.T. Cicero, the not-so-secret Fabian Society, the cleric drowned for promoting baptism, and more!



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