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Book Review: An Infidel Body Snatcher

By Scott Lohman An Infidel Body-Snatcher and the Fruits of his Philosophy: The Life of Dr. Charles Knowltonby Dan Allosso, 270 pages, CreateSpace Independent Publishing The history of Freethinking people is not always about the big characters of our movement. Most of what has happened was done by those of Read more…

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Book Review: Damned Good Company

By James Zimmerman Damned Good Companyby Luis Granados, 382 pagesHumanist Press, ©2012 In Damned Good Company, part-time historian and religion student Luis Granados takes readers across continents and centuries to find fascinating tales of fellow humans who bucked the religious trends of their day. Each of the copiously annotated twenty chapters Read more…

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Book Review: Inventing Jesus

By Bill Lehto Inventing Jesus: The New Testament Narrative as Fiction, by Paul Gabel702 pages©2012, Paul Gabel In Inventing Jesus, Paul Gabel, a history teacher, argues that Jesus was an entirely fictional character, with no historical basis, having been completely invented by the writer of the Gospel of Mark. The Read more…