Tag Archives: free thought

Today is Carl Sagan Day!

Bet you didn’t know that. But it’s true. Here’s the Center for Inquiry promoting November 12, 2011 as “Carl Sagan Day”: An all-day event at Broward College near Ft. Lauderdale, FL in celebration of the life and teachings of Carl … Continue reading

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Josh McDowell Seems to Hate the Internet (Because It Breaks The Evangelical Apologist’s Monopoly over His Traditional Audience)

Addressing the International Christian Retail Show at the Colorado Convention Center recently, the widely known evangelical apologist and Noah’s ark hunter, Josh McDowell, made the following observation (presumably with his brows knitted together in grave concern): The Internet has given … Continue reading

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What’s Atheism Good for? Ctd.

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Some Heterodox Free Thought History Learned From an Old Book’s Dust Jacket: Before There Was Paul Kurtz and His “Prometheus Books,” There Was Charles Watts and His “Watts and Company”

Rather fascinated by a free thought classic, Christian Hell from the First to the Twentieth Century, published in 1913 by Watts & Company, and written by Hypatia Bradlaugh Bonner, I went in search of other writings by the same author and found a … Continue reading

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