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February 25, 2021

Freethought Radio -- February 25, 2021

Guest: Barbara Alvarez; James Lull

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Mr & Mrs Potato Head are here to stay. And they’re Christians!

The Freethinker
By Barry Duke

Today, “canceled” scientist Eric Hedin gets his voice back

Evolution News (Intelligent Design / Discovery Institute Website)
By David Klinghoffer

Amazon deja de transmitir el documental de Clarence Thomas durante el Mes de la Historia Negra

Christian Post
By Anugrah Kumar

Amazon stops streaming Clarence Thomas documentary during Black History Month

Christian Post
By Anugrah Kumar

Prayers at Red Bank public meetings become an issue, highlighting new leadership

Times Free Press
By Wyatt Massey

Christmas displays deemed part of our culture

Arkansas Democrat Gazette (Little Rock, Arkansas)
By Terry Mattingly

Christmas displays deemed part of our culture

Arkansas Democrat Gazette (Little Rock, Arkansas)
By Terry Mattingly

On Religion: Are America’s battles over ‘reindeer rules’ in the past?

Ukiah Daily Journal (Mendocino County, California)
By Terry Mattingly

County's call

Lexington Herald Leader (Lexington, Kentucky)
Letter to the Editor by Michael N. Johnson

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