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Tom Flynn is Executive Director of Council for Secular Humanism (a program of the Center for Inquiry), as well as a novelist, journalist, and editor of Free Inquiry magazine. Outside of the freethought universe, however, Flynn may be best known as a professional Christmas opponent “the Anti-Claus,” and author of the book The Trouble with Christmas.
Detail from 2001 cover art for Free Inquiry Vol.21, No,4. Acrylic on Canvas. By Daniel Loxton
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Countering religious fundamentalists, the humanist scholars who write this controversial magazine promote secularism in the contemporary world.
In Free Inquiry's April–May 2006 issue, the magazine published four of the cartoons that had originally appeared in the Danish newspaper and that had sparked . Kurtz, editor-in-chief of Free Inquiry said, "What is at stake is the precious right of freedom of expression". The refused to carry this issue in their Borders and stores because of the cartoons. The reason given by Borders for their decision was not sensitivity to religion but fear of violence.In an August letter to incoming freshmen, Chicago’s Dean of Students Jay Ellison reiterated the University’s “commitment to freedom of inquiry and expression” against the restrictive political correctness codes in force on many U.S. college campuses.The decision by the University of Colorado to eliminate free inquiry came hard on the heels of the University of ’s contrary decision to encourage debate and discussion, even on unpopular subjects.The decision by the University of Colorado to eliminate free inquiry came hard on the heels of the University of ’s contrary decision to encourage debate and discussion, even on unpopular subjects.The October/November 2012 issue of Free Inquiry . As always, the magazine is not published online, except for a limited number of pieces as teasers.In Free Inquiry's April–May 2006 issue, the magazine published four of the cartoons that had originally appeared in the Danish newspaper and that had sparked . Kurtz, editor-in-chief of Free Inquiry said, "What is at stake is the precious right of freedom of expression". The refused to carry this issue in their Borders and stores because of the cartoons. The reason given by Borders for their decision was not sensitivity to religion but fear of violence.