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March 24 in freethought history…

March 24, 1846 - Abolitionist, suffragist, social activist and freethinker Matilda Joslyn Gage is born in Cicero, New York. As a young woman, she participated in the Underground Railroad, helping slaves escape to freedom. She was a leader in the women’s … Continue reading

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The (Audio) Book of Mormon

If you, like me, have been curious about the Mormon beliefs in general (and the Book of Mormon specifically), you probably have also dreaded the idea of sitting down with a dry and boring book written in pseudo-King-James English. For … Continue reading

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