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Watts, Charles


The History of Freethought




Watts & Co.
















Quoted from the author's introduction. "The previous numbers of the " Freethinker's Text-Book" have been devoted to an examination of the questions of the Origin of Man, his many Religions, and the Origin, Evidences, and History of Christianity. Part III., which we now commence, will be devoted to Freethought; its signification; its growth; its conflict with the forces of superstition; its position with regard to Mohammedanism; its impediments and progress in connection with science; its relation to the Reformation and subsequent rebellions against priestly rule; its encounters face to face with Christianity; and, finally, its recognised triumph and acknowledgment in the present century. All these phases will be
included under the following sections:

1. Definition of Freethought, and its Early Struggles for Life.
2. What Freethought owes to Mohammedanism.
3. Freethought Martyrs and Confessors.
4. Freethought in Conflict during the Sixteenth, Seventeenth, and Eighteenth Centuries.
5. Freethought Triumph in the Nineteenth Century."

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