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Clarkson Speaking in Cambridge

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If you plan on being in Boston on Sunday, November 27th, you are invited to hear my speech titled, The Dramatic Progress of the Theocratic Right — What in the World do We Do Now?.

Phillips Brooks House, Harvard Yard, 1:30 PM.

The event, which is free and open to the general public, is sponsored by the Humanist Chaplaincy at Harvard and by the Humanist Association of Massachusetts.

Written by fred

November 14th, 2005 at 8:12 pm

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  1. Frederick, I just saw you speak on PBS: “Examining the Religous Far Right” — I wish I had recorded it! I’d like to have my family and friends see it — do you know if there is any way to buy a video tape or DVD?

    budmeister123

    4 Jan 06 at 3:15 am

  2. Dear Mr. Frederick Clarkson:

    When you set up your blog, “stopsexpredators.blogspot.com“, was your main goal to stop sex predators or to launder information through a bogus blog in an attempt to smear the Republican congressional leadership?

    Enquiring Minds Want to Know

    7 Oct 06 at 7:57 pm

  3. Clarkson and anyone who thinks the way he does suffers from rational impediment because the Founding Fathers never intended to impose their lack of belief upon the nation as whole.

    Frederick, you are clearly a man motivated by hate and bigotry, not to mention ignorance.

    Perhaps you should read the Pa. Supreme Court’s 1824 Updegraph v. Commonwealth Decision.

    “Every one had the right of adopting for himself whatever opinion appeared to be the most rational, concerning all matters of religious belief; thus, securing by law this inestimable freedom of conscience, one of the highest privileges, and greatest interests of the human race. This is the Christianity of the common law, incorporated into the great law of Pennsylvania, and thus, it is irrefragably proved, that the laws and institutions of this state are built on the foundation of reverence for Christianity…On this the constitution of the United States has made no alteration, nor in the great body of the laws which was an incorporation of the common law doctrine of Christianity, as suited to the condition of the colony, and without which no free government can long exist. Under the constitution, penalties against cursing and swearing have been exacted. If Christianity was abolished, all false oaths, all tests by oath in the common form by the book, would cease to be indictable as perjury. The indictment must state the oath to be on the holy Evangelists of Almighty God.” (Updegraph v. Commonwealth, 1824)

    Anonymous

    7 Dec 06 at 10:08 pm

  4. Off topic, F, but…

    No link to MLW in your blogroll?

    < sob >

    Maryscott OConnor

    8 Jan 07 at 11:23 pm

  5. Clarkson speaking in Cambridge..

    Now that’s a first.

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    political forum

    HouseofPolitics

    11 Feb 07 at 8:16 pm

  6. this is a test

    Frederick Clarkson

    22 May 07 at 8:56 pm

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