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September 17, 2020

Freethought Radio -- September 17, 2020

Guest: Philip Appleman

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Briefs filed in Nativity scene case

Trib Town (Seymour, Indiana)
By Noah Dalton

Patricia Heaton slams critics of Trump’s SCOTUS list: They ‘wouldn’t recognize God if He bit them on the bum’

Christian Post
By Ryan Foley

Would the United States of America be better off without all that tacky religion stuff?

Get Religion
By Richard Ostling

How good was Jesus if he didn’t eliminate slavery?

Cross Examined
By Bob Seidensticker

Nonprofit calls for end to Licking County Prosecutor's chaplain program

Newark Advocate (Licking County, Ohio.)
By Michaela Sumner

Tenn. school district settles lawsuit with ACLU, agrees to stop 'imposing religion on students'

Christian Post
By Ryan Foley

Briefs: Woman given freedom from religion award

The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel (Grand Junction, Colorado)

Paradigmatic Discussions # 5: America & Christianity with Andrew Seidel


The Hornblower - “Change of Pace”

Dudgeon Monroe Neighborhood Association
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