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October 15 in freethought history…

October 15, 1844 – German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche is born in the village of Röcken, Saxony. Nietzsche was the author of the dubious adages “That which does not kill us makes us stronger” and “God is dead.” Elaborating on the latter, Nietzsche … Continue reading

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August 25 in freethought history…

August 25, 325 – Council of Nicea concludes in what is now Turkey. Convened by Roman Emperor Constantine I, the most notable product of this council of bishops was the formulation of Nicene Creed and the concept of the (not … Continue reading

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