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The following Articles (references) appeared in 17 issues (numbers 17-26, 28-31, 33-34, 36) of The Freethought Exchange, 1995 - 1998.



ARTICLES

1

Bible; Jesus; Paul; Fiction in Antiquity; Forgery; Lies; Etc.

1-16

2

Bible; Jesus; Paul; Chronology; Epigraphy; Glyptography; Numismatics; Propaganda; Heresy; Blasphemy; Persecution and Writing; Book Burning; Fiction in Antiquity; Etc.

17-40

3

Bible; Jesus; Paul; Saint Justin Martyr; Witnesses; Vergil; The Jesus Seminar; Josephus; Aramaic; Presumption; Christian "Eugenics"; Laughter; Etc.

41-104

4

Bible; Jesus; Paul; Tertullian; Marcion; van Manen; Fiction in Antiquity; Etc.

105-151

5

Aramaic; Dead Sea Scrolls; New Testament; Greek influence; Cicero; The Dark Side of Christian History; Myths and Legends of The Ancient Near East; etc.

152-165

6

Venice - Florence - Rome

166-179

7

"The Evolution of Speech, Thought, and Selfless Behavior"; Forgotten Scripts; Hammurapi's Code; "The Common Background of Greek and Hebrew Civilisations"; Biblical Polemics; Nietzsche; "memes"; etc.

180-199

8

"The Twelve Apostles"; Roman and Christian Imperialism; The Hero; "The Hero Pattern and the Life of Jesus"; "Death Sentence on Heretics"; etc.

200-216

9

"Jesus"; Athenagoras; Minucius Felix; Theophilus; Constantine; etc.

217-225

10

The Theodosian Code; Heretics; Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire; The Ecclesiastical Edicts of the Theodosian Code; Roman and Christian Imperialism; Julian; etc.

226-240

11

Arthur Darby Nock; pictographs—cuneiform; Babylonians and Assyrians;A.H. Sayce; Myth and History in Biblical Chronology

241-252

12

More, Homo sapiens—behavior! From Sumer to Rome, The Military Capabilities of Ancient Armies; William Hazlitt; Origin and Evolution of Religion

253-262

13

The Cult of Sol Invictus; The Sun-Gods of Ancient Europe; Christian worship of the Sun; Man and the Sun; Roman festivals; Christmas;Astronomy; Lunar and Solar Positions; Chronology (Calendars); Epiphany and (more) Christmas; Clement of Alexandria; Comments; The Legends of the Saints; The Theodosian Code; Thomas Paine

263-328

14

Sex; Mass Psychology; Religion; Freethinkers (Heretics, etc.); Robert Ingersoll; Wilhelm Reich

329-334

15

The Christ Myth; Evolutional Ethics and Animal Psychology

335-343

16

The Mass Psychology of Fascism; The Papacy and Fascism; Spartacus; Julian the Apostate and the Rise of Christianity; The Rise of the Mediocracy

344-359

17

Fiction as History, Nero to Julian

360-362

18

Christ Christian Christianism Christianity

363-374

19

The Lies and Fallacies of the Encyclopedia [Encyclopaedia] Britannica; The Great EB The Story of the Encyclopaedia Britannica; The Myth of the Britannica

375-389

20

Theology and Feminism; Struggle To Be the Sun Again; Women and Religion in America; The End of Christendom and the Future of Christianity; Encyclopedia of Gods, Over 2,500 Deities of the World; The Woman's Encyclopedia of Myths and Secrets; Aryan Sun-Myths, The Origin of Religions; The Mothers, A Study of the Origins of Sentiments and Institutions; His Religion and Hers; Charlotte Perkins Gilman: A Nonfiction Reader

390-408

21

We Jews and Jesus; Adolph von Harnack; Bruno Bauer; Sylvain Marechal

409-420

22

Robert Taylor; The Formation of the New Testament; The Canon of the New Testament; Adolph Harnack History of Dogma; Apologetics; New Testament Apocrypha; "Old Christian Literature"; Ancient Christian Gospels; Christian Convention, Nicaea, A.D. 325; Constantine; The Freethought Exchange; Lies and Fiction in the Ancient World

421-466

23

Cicero; Resurrection; Fiction; Jesus and the Dead Sea Scrolls; Holbach; Popular Freethought in America,1825-1850; Robert Taylor; Winwood Reade; Nietzsche; Mencken

467-487


24

Addendum A

Orpheus A History of Religions; Zeus A Study in Ancient Religion; Egyptians; Egypt; Alexandria; Robert Taylor; Gnostics; Forerunners and Rivals of Christianity; The Wit of the Greeks and Romans; The Religions of the Roman Empire; Greek and Roman Religion; Winwood Reade; Scriptores Historiae Augustae; disease; New Testament demonology; King James the First; historical problems associated with the Library(Libraries)at Alexandria; Marcus Tullius Cicero,and Marcus Iunius Brutus; Celsus On the True Doctrine, A Discourse Against the Christians

488-545


25


Addendum B

The God Idea of the Ancients; The Bible and the British Museum; A Short History of the Bible


546-560

 

Articles: Author Index

561-583

 

Articles: Subject Index

584-627

 

Articles: Bibliography

628-664

     



APPENDIXES

Samples from the following articles (references)
appeared in 2 issues
(numbers 37-38) of The Freethought Exchange, 1998.

I

A  Short History of the Bible; Christianity: The Sources of its Teaching and Symbolism; The Encyclopedia of Biblical Errancy; The History of Torture Throughout the Ages; The Militant Agnostic

666-682

II

Short  Studies in the Science of Comparative Religions; Faiths of Man Encyclopedia of  Religions

683-712

III

Forgers and Critics; Fakes and  Frauds; The Catholic Encyclopedia; An Essay in Aid of a Grammar of Assent; From Bossuet to Newman; The Prolegomena of Jean Hardouin

713-732

IV

The  Exact Sciences in Antiquity;The First  Stargazers; The Birth of Astronomy; Stairways to the Stars; Gods, Demons and Symbols of Ancient Mesopotamia; The Origin of all Religious  Worship; Star Names Their Lore and Meaning; The Dawn of Astronomy

733-749

V

A  Bibliography of Sex Rites and Customs; Sex  Worship; The Sex Worship and Symbolism  of Primitive Races; Sex in Religion

750-760

VI

Ancient Pagan and Modern Christian Symbolism; The Migration of Symbols; Sacred Symbols in  Art; Sex Symbolism in Religion; Life Symbols; A Dictionary of Symbols; Gods, Demons and Symbols of Ancient Mesopotamia

761-777

VII

A  Gentle Cynic; The Song of Songs; The  World of George Jean Nathan; The Meditations

778-793

VIII

Christianity: The Sources of its Teaching and Symbolism; The History of Childhood;Foundations of Psychohistory;Ancient Faiths and Modern; The Rise, Decline & Fall of  the Roman Religion; Rivers of Life

794-813

IX

[El; Elohim; Etc.] Rivers of Life; Short Studies in the Science of Comparative Religions; Faiths of Man Encyclopedia of  Religions; God, gods, and the Sons of God

814-825

X

I  Believe; Treatise on the Gods; A Mencken  Chrestomathy; Living Philosophies

826-833

 

Appendixes: Author Index

834-838

 

Appendixes: Subject Index

839-839

 

Appendixes: Bibliography

840-846

     



ADDITIONS

1

Francesco Guicciardini

848-853

2

Superstition in All Ages; Baron d'Holbach

854-857

3

The Existence of Christ Disproved; Xenophanes of Colophon

858-873

4

The Keys of the Creeds

874-881

5

A History of Freethought

882-883

6

Queen Jane's Version,The Holy Bible for ...... Only

884-886

7

American Freethought

887-888

8

Fifty Years of Freethought

889-890

9

The Christ

891-905

10

Magic and Religion

906-906

11

How the Irish Saved Civilization

907-909

12

Lectures on the Essence of Religion

910-913

13

A Rationalist Encyclopaedia; The .-Rated Bible

914-924

14

How Christianity Grew Out of Paganism

925-929

15

MARTIN LUTHER 1483 - 1546; Anti-Semitism

930-1005

16

H.L. Mencken

1006-1011

17

The Glassmakers, An Odyssey of the Jews

1012-1018

18

The Encyclopedia of Cults; The Jesus Myth

1019-1020

19

Laughter (some): Laughing Gods; Not the Bible

1021-1032

20

India; Science; Etc.

1033-1068

21

Alexander Del Mar 1836 - 1926

1069-1124

22

In Search of Ancient Italy

1125-1127

23

The Romans and Their Gods, in the Age of Augustus

1128-1129

24

Slavery; Christianity  Slavery and Labour

1130-1166

25

Tertullian; Early Christian Beliefs; History of the Bible

1167-1181

26

Apollonius of Tyana — Fiction in Antiquity

1182-1248

27

Edward Gibbon 1737 - 1794

1249-1272

28

Christianism; Indicopleustes; Scripture and Myths

1273-1279

29

Who's Who in Hell

1280-1289

30

Chapman Cohen 1868 - 1954; Dalyell; Forlong

1290-1366

31

Acharya S; Earl Doherty; Vardis Fisher 1895 - 1968

1367-1408

32

Native Americans (Indians), and, Christianism ("Christianity")

1409-1448

33

Inquisition: Torture and Intolerance; Etc. (see 1449)

1449-1495

34

NEW TESTAMENT SOURCES; Etc. (see 1496-1499, 1641-1644)

1496-1644

35

Carlile; Women Without Superstition; Burr; Strange; (see 1645)

1645-1734

36

THIRTY CENTURIES OF FORGERIES; Etc. (see 1735)

1735-1837

 

Addendum

1838-1899

 

Postscript

1900-1991

37

Christianism (“Christianity”).  Islamism.

1992-2075

38

Julius Caesar 100 - 44 B.C.E.; Fiction

2076-2117

39

Francis Bacon 1561 - 1626

2118-2139

40

Jesus; Spiritualism; Death; Afterlife; Etc. (see 2140)

2140-2206

41

Ingersoll; Bible; Jesus; Etc. (see 2207)

2207-2297

42

Goddesses; Gods; Etc. (see 2298)

2298-2366

43

Judge Parish B. Ladd [died 1912]

2367-2422

44

History of Fiction

2423-2473

45

Why I Quit Going To Church; Etc. (see 2474)

2474-2512

46

Pauline Epistles; Cults and Isms; Etc. (see 2513)

2513-2565

47

Mencken on Religion; Naked Ape; Gods; Etc. (see 2566)

2566-2665

 
 
 

Additions: Author Index

2666-2684

 

Additions: Subject Index

2685-2685

 

Additions: Bibliography

2686-2725

     
 

Postscript

2726-2726

     



NOTES

1 Early Greek Philosophy; Unbelief in the Ancient World 2728-2738
 2 Seneca c. 4 B.C.E. - 65 C.E. 2739-2745
3 Pagan Christs 2746-2752
 4 HELL 2753-2799
 5 BARON D'HOLBACH 1723 - 1789 2800-2839
6 Science in Theology; A Critical History of Freethought 2840-2846
 7 The Psychology of Religion 2847-2848
 8 "Jesus Christ!" An Italian Lawsuit 2849-2850
9 Montaigne; Robert Taylor; Gibbon; The Rationalist's Manual; Christianism; Max Schmeling; "Israel indicts 4 in forgery ring involving counterfeit artifacts"; The Origin of Satan; Kinko's 2851-2855
10 God and Evolution; Why Europe Chooses Extinction; What the Jews Won't Tell You; A History of American Secularism; musician Bob Wills; Drugs or Jesus 2856-2868
11 FORGERY, FALSE ATTRIBUTION, AND FICTION 2869-2872
12 Antichristianism ("Authorized Version" ("King James Version", in the USA)); The Bible as Folklore; Bibles; The Making of the King James Bible ("King James Version") 2873-2895
13 HORROR VACUI 2896-2938
14 FEAR OF DEATH 2939-3058
 
 

3059-3085
  3086-3087
  3088-3095




SUPPLEMENTAL RESEARCHES

 

Preface

2-3

 1 "WHAT PROFIT HAS NOT THAT FABLE OF CHRIST BROUGHT US!" (see 4-5) 4-151
2 John Bale; Sannazaro; et al. (see 152-153) 152-274
 3 Catholic censorship. Protestant censorship; State censorship. Etc. (see 275) 275-335
4 Erasmus (see 336-337) 336-508
5 Ulrich von Hutten; et al. (see 509) 509-581
 6 Skepticism. Santayana (see 582) 582-668
7 Theological lying. Etc. (see 669) 669-766
8 Additional References 767-771


 

Supplemental Researches: Bibliography

772-792

 

 

These researches include the Renaissance and Reformation, and often center around 1500, and the personalities:

Desiderius Erasmus (1455 – 1536);

Leo X, Pope 1513 – 1521 (1475 – 1521);

Martin Luther (1483 – 1546).

 



LINKS


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            It is thus, moreover, that all religions end, religions which, like living organisms, are born of a need, nourished upon death, die day by day of life, and finally lapse again into the eternal crucible."
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