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Self contradictions of the Bible: 144 propositions, thological, moral, historical, and speculative; each proved affirmatively and negatively by Quotations from scripture. Without comment; embodying the most palpable and striking self-contradictions of the so-called inspired Word of God
Thumbscrew and rack: torture implements employed in the XVth and XVIth centuries for the promulgation of Christianity.
Answer of Ernst Haeckel to the falsehoods of the Jesuits, Catholic and Protestant, from the German pamphlet "Sandalion," and "My church departure"; being Haeckel's reasons, as stated by himself, for his late withdrawal from the Free Evangelical church, with comments by Joseph McCabe and Thaddeus Burr Wakeman.
False Claims. An address delivered before the New York Freethinkers' Association, at Rochester, N.Y., Sept. 1, 1883.
Thomas Paine's examination of the prophecies: A consideration of the passages in the New Testament quoted from the Old and called prophecies concerning Jesus Christ.
Chicago Bible: moral and education fraud; attempt to force Bible and religious worship into the schools.