The Great Agnostic

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The Great Agnostic
Author : Susan Jacoby
Publisher : Yale University Press
Release Date : 08 January 2013
ISBN : 9780300137255
Pages : 258
File Size : 44,6 Mb
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A biography that restores America's foremost 19th-century champion of reason and secularism to the still contested 21st-century public square.

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A biography that restores America's foremost 19th-century champion of reason and secularism to the still contested 21st-century public square.

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“Jacoby writes with wit and vigor, affectionately resurrecting a man whose life and work are due for reconsideration” (The Boston Globe). During the Gilded Age, which saw the dawn of America’s enduring culture wars, Robert Green Ingersoll was known as “the Great Agnostic.” The nation’s most famous orator,

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Why Am I an Agnostic written by famous author Robert Green Ingersoll book pdf is ready to download and read online directly from your device. The book was released by Unknown in 1900 with total hardcover pages 258. Why Am I an Agnostic Robert Green Ingersoll book immediate popular and critical acclaim

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“Vital” –The New York Times Book Review “Provocative…[Hazleton] paddles the river of doubt with energy and exuberance.” –The Seattle Times A widely admired writer on religion celebrates agnosticism as the most vibrant, engaging—and ultimately the most honest—stance toward the mysteries of existence. One in four Americans reject

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An authoritative history of the vital role of secularist thinkers and activists in the United States, from a writer of "fierce intelligence and nimble, unfettered imagination" (The New York Times) At a time when the separation of church and state is under attack as never before, Freethinkers offers a powerful

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"Argues that the fundamental reason for church-state conflict is our aversion to questions of religious truth. By trying to avoid the question of religious truth, law and religion has ultimately reached a state of incoherence. He asserts that the answer to this dilemma is to take the agnostic turn: to

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Rebellion Dogs Publishing is proud to announce a 21st century daily reflection book. Beyond Belief's 2014 second printing is now available with a Foreword by Ernie Kurtz and updated links and End Notes. What are "agnostic musings"? It is not news to anyone that the war of worldviews makes for sporting

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Robert Ingersoll (1833—1899) is one of the great lost figures in United States history, all but forgotten at just the time America needs him most. An outspoken and unapologetic agnostic, fervent champion of the separation of church and state, and tireless advocate of the rights of women and African Americans, he