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March 4 in freethought history…

March 4, 1966 – In an interview published in the London Evening Standard, John Lennon remarked that, at the time, the Beatles were more popular than Jesus in the United Kingdom. His comment went relatively unremarked in Britain, but months … Continue reading

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Imagine

Today marks the 30th anniversary of the murder of John Lennon.  Many of you are too young to remember it, or perhaps not even born, but I still remember it as quite a shock.  I was a junior in high … Continue reading

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A Freethought Manifesto

I thought this was too cool not to pass along.  I got an email from fellow freethinker Brett Milner (check out his blog at alienlogic.wordpress.com), who says: I put together a “Freethought Manifesto”, timeless quotes set to music, as a … Continue reading

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