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Mar
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Introduction


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 34 issue 3
By Tom Flynn
Spoiler alert: We’ll probably never really know what happened on Easter.

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Mar
14
2014

Betting on Jesus:  The Vanishing of the Christ


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 34 issue 3
By David K. Clark
Even granting the possibility of miracles, once we grasp what the resurrection saga means and how it would have had to unfold, we can be certain that it never took place.

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2014

Why I Am Not a Fundamentalist Christian


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 34 issue 3
By Celeste Rorem
One man’s kindness started a strident fundamentalist on the road toward humanism.

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14
2014

Why I Am Not a Muslim


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 34 issue 3
By Kylie Sturgess
Teaching an ever-changing population of young Muslim immigrant girls was sometimes an unsettling experience.

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Mar
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2014

Why I Am Not a Member . . . of Anything


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 34 issue 3
By Robert F. Allen
For one unbeliever, independence is more important than claiming the label of “atheist.”

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Mar
14
2014

Leaving Unholy Mother Church


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 34 issue 3
By William F. Nolan
I’m more than an ex-Catholic; I’m an ardent anti-Catholic. Holy Mother Church should be ashamed.

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Mar
14
2014

Why Is Creationism So Persistent?


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 34 issue 3
By Lawrence Wood
Creationist beliefs are dismayingly robust because they accord with intuitions about the world that have been with us for thirty millennia and because they are imposed through childhood indoctrination.

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Mar
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2014

Faith: A Disappearing Concept


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 34 issue 3
By Mark Rubinstein
In the last analysis, faith is the last defense shielding the believer against introspection.

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Mar
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2014

New Laureates Elected to the Academy of Humanism


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 34 issue 3
By Sean Lachut
The International Academy of Human­ism, a program of the Council for Secular Humanism, was established to recognize distinguished humanists and to disseminate humanistic ideals and beliefs.

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Mar
14
2014

The Silver Bullet Question (Part 2)


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By James H. Dee
An online-only bonus article.

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