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February 26: Victor Hugo

To a census-taker, who asked him in 1872 if he was a Catholic, Hugo replied, “No. A Freethinker.” Hugo predicted that Christianity would soon disappear, but men would still believe in God.

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January 13: Ernestine Rose

Six weeks before her death, Rose gave a copy of a speech, “In Defense of Atheism,” to the London Freethinker. An Atheist to the last, Rose said there was nothing in it to alter.

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Jeremy’s Opinionated Introduction to Freethought

What exactly is Freethought? The question has been tossed around a bit for at least the last two centuries most passionately in my opinion. If a Christian believes in “free will” does that make him or her a Freethinker? If

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John Mill