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Articles by Nathan B. Oman

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A Judge Weakened Utah’s Anti-Polygamy Law. What Does This Say About Sex, Race, and Religion?

Americans have always found polygamy fascinating, even entertaining. In the nineteenth century, Mormons were stock villains in a plethora of now mercifully forgotten Victorian novels. …

By Nathan B. Oman

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An Atheist Finds (Some) Reasons to Believe in Her Old Church.

By Sarah Stankorb

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How an Orthodox Rabbi Became an Unlikely Ally of the Christian Right https://t.co/djpez1MBKr

16/02/2017

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