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Podcast #252 – Frank Lambert (Separation of Church and State)

We interview Dr. Franklin T. Lambert, author of Separation of Church and State: Founding Principle of Religious Liberty. In this, his latest book, he corrects the claims of revisionist “historians” like David Barton that the United States was founded as a Christian nation, … Continue reading

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December 9 in freethought history…

December 9, 1905 - The “1905 French law on the Separation of the Churches and State” is passed by the Chamber of Deputies. The law established state secularism, ensuring freedom of religion and the neutrality of the state on religious matters. … Continue reading

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Separation of Church and State makes Rick Santorum puke

Has it really come to this? For 3o-some-odd years now the Republicans have been tacking to the right, with increasingly insane results. For the last few years, Republicans have trotted out the old dodge that the phrase “separation of church … Continue reading

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The Religious Right Looks to the Future

Review by John C. Snider © 2009 Barack Obama, who was “the most liberal Senator in America” according to his Republican foes, a man accused of being a secret Muslim, a man whose parents were apostates from their respective religious upbringings, is now … Continue reading

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