Remembering a skeptic

by | September 24, 2014

Gerald A. Larue, a former minister, and world class debunker is no longer with us, but we can certainly honour his memory and take inspiration from his achievements.

Larue “had a strong regard for truth and limited patience for obscurantism. He had one foot in the real world and one foot in the ivory tower,” said Tom Flynn, executive director of the Council for Secular Humanism, where Larue’s articulate critiques of religious dogma, supernaturalism and pseudoscience made him one of the most prominent in the field.

We stand on the shoulders of giants.

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