May 23, 2007 Volume 3, Issue 21
Published by the Center For Atheism (CFA)
Editor: Suzy Lanza

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          This Week’s Featured Articles
                Hong Kong Authorities Ponder Labeling Bible 'Indecent' - International News | 
                News of the World | Middl. - Report:
               Charles Darwin - Evolution - Darwin Correspondence Project - Cambridge 
               University - Origin of Species - New York Times
               Farewell Falwell, the religious bigot who failed-Comment-Columnists-Gerard 


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            Clean-Arts & Entertainment-Books-History-TimesOnline 
What preachers will or won't say

            Book Excerpt: The Assault on Reason | TIME


          Dinosaurs frolic with Adam and Eve at creationism museum

         Fighting for Separation of Church and State - Campaign to Defend the
 DefCon Take Action - 

         Human Ancestor Had Lime-Size Brain           


            Bizarre New Deep-Sea Creatures Found Off Antarctica 

           Evolution Opponent Is in Line for Schools Post - New York Times

          NPR : Blurring the Church-State Line: Falwell's Flaw 

          Jobs, News and Views for All of Higher Education - Inside Higher Ed ::  
         How Sectarian Is Too Sectarian?


         4 held in Kurd girl's stoning death horror       

           Paul H. Rubin - Evolution, Immigration and Trade -

           Blake Gopnik - Tillmans's Touch -    

          Jerry Falwell, faith-based fraud. - By Christopher Hitchens - Slate Magazine



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