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A History of Freedom of Thought Paperback – May 1, 2007
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It is a book that remains contemporary and outlines the folly of suppression of freedom of thought and the absurd, erroneousness viciousness of punishing apostasy. It bogs down a bit in the middle, perhaps touching on too many authors. But I see it as an inspiration to explore many of the great works and authors he references. Everybody would be better off for reading this magnificent book and their lives would be forever enriched by it because their understanding of the necessity for freedom of thought would be strengthened and affirmed.
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Bury is thoroughly convincing in detailing the case that the church has been a resolute foe
to the freedom (and expression) of thought through the ages. Read more
To be honest I've not read this eBook yet, but Amazon has a pushy policy of making people comment on products almost as soon as they've received them. Read morePublished on January 2, 2013 by J. Sias