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Magazines on the Atheist Coffee Table

Skeptical Inquirer

The Magazine for Science and Reason
"For a fast-growing number of discriminating persons, the Skeptical Inquirer is a welcome breath of fresh air, separating fact from myth in the flood of occultism and pseudoscience on the scene today".

A densely researched magazine, under the tutelage of Paul Kurtz and published by the Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal, provides the scientific community's take on claims of the paranormal. A good overview of the atheist perspective. Truly a refreshing intellectual slant on most other media.
Free Inquiry

Celebrating Reason and Humanity

Ths is the Paul Kurtz and the Council for Secular Humanism (CSH) sister magazine to the Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal (CSICOP).

I had both the Skeptical Inquirer and Free Inquiry delivered to my home here in Japan and was impressed on the all together unique point of view I was receiving on a wide assortment of topics, both political and scientific, in each issue. There is weighty contribution by authors worth reading and often neglected by main stream press.

One of the best podcasts on Atheistism is Free Inquiry's "Point of Inquiry" a must listen podcast... brilliant and always provocative!
American Atheist Magazine

A Journal of Atheist News and Thought
Founded by Madalyn Murray OHair, a controversial early activist in the American Atheistic rights movement, and then edited for 13 years after Madalyn's controversial 'disappearance' by Ellen Johnson,
American Atheist continues to evolve, remaining still a provocative and powerfully useful tool for the "diverse and sometimes fractious community of Atheists, Freethinkers, Secular Humanists and other nonbelievers" this magazine attempts to represent. For an overview of secular issues and a Atheist lifestyle in the USA this is a very handy magazine.
When you subscribe to Skeptic Magazine
you are joining their Skeptics Society, a rather hip and active community of funky pro-science skeptics. Perhaps the hippest of atheistic free thinkers on the American scene, with conventions worth investigating if you are seeking companionship in this minority interest of skeptical analysis.

To get an entertaining insight into the 'Skeptics Society' I recommend subscribing today to the free podcast of Derek and Swoopy 'Skepticality.'
Via a computer near at hand, for your listening pleasure... and an often powerfully fresh perspective on a diverse range of topics.

Other Secular Magazines
available on-line

Victor Stenger - The Future of Naturalism Interview

Full Version: Hitchens and Boteach Debate on God

"How God's Angel Saves Woody!"
Comedy, Religion - Woody Allen

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