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Ericson, Edward L.The Humanist Way: An Introduction to Ethical Humanist Religion by Edward L. Ericson - 1988
(Chapter One of "The Humanist Way--An Introduction to Ethical Humanist Religion" by Edward L. Ericson. A Frederick Ungar book, The Continuum Publishing Company. Copyright Edward L. Ericson. All Rights Reserved. Reproduced with the permission of the author and publisher. Copies of the book are available from the AEU Office.
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Ehrenfeld, PhyllisAnn Jones' Women Who Kill by Phyllis Ehrenfeld - 1996
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"Lizzie Borden took an axe, and gave her father forty whacks. Then she took another one, and gave her mother forty-one." Would the public forgive? Perhaps, but it helped if you were a lady. The most famous murderess in American history was found innocent in a court of law, in spite of both motive and evidence. Jones' detailed analysis of each of the cases she presents is as intriguing as a summary of a whodunit.
Elliott, John LovejoySpiritual Discoveries by John Lovejoy Elliott - 1926
My ultimate faith in the Ethical Movement and my hope for the future of religion in this world are founded on my associations with living men and women. Profound as the respect and reverence of any man must be for the religions of the past, I cannot stand in awe before them. But I am filled with the sense of wonder and awe in the presence of the spiritual nature as it manifests itself in the daily lives of men and women.
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