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November 30, 2011

Updated the Call for Papers page for the Modern Documents section of the Secular Web Library.

Substantially updated the list of book reviews sought for publication in the Secular Web Modern Library and added a request for a rebuttal to a paper on the Argument from Reason under the Theistic Arguments section of the Call for Papers page.

November 17, 2011

New in the Kiosk: Jesus as Cipher (2011) by Daniel June

What is unique about Jesus, in a way more extreme than the others, is his lack of soul. To put it in mythological terms, "Jesus was emptied out on the cross"—he is unique among mortals in that his soul was completely annihilated on the cross. He became a cipher, a projection screen: he lacks any depth or reality in himself, and yet retains enough integrity to hold our ideals up.

November 10, 2011

New in the Bookstore: Fading Faith: The Rise of the Secular Age (2010) by James A. Haught.

Fading Faith chronicles the decline of faith world-wide as well as in America and predicts that America is traveling the same path to secularism that has been traveled by all the other developed nations of the world.


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