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Eagle Forum reports how the Secular Humanist Bulletin in 1994 repeated John Dunphy's claim in 1983 that "the battle for humankind's future must be waged and won in the public school classroom."
Secular Humanists Give Dunphy Another Platform
AMHERST, NY—The Secular Humanist Bulletin has given writer John Dunphy another platform from which to present his views about how the humanists plan to use the public school classroom to proselytize for their ideology.
The Humanist magazine published an essay by John Dunphy in its January/February 1983 issue entitled "A Religion for A New Age." This essay has been widely quoted ever since as evidence of the humanists' plan to impose their values on public school children.
Now, the Secular Humanist Bulletin of Summer 1994 (described on its masthead as "The Associate Members' Newsletter of the Council for Democratic and Secular Humanism") has published an article by Dunphy called "Dunphy Strikes Again."
Dunphy starts by saying that "nothing—nothing—that I've written has garnered as much attention" as this essay. "To the best of my knowledge," he writes, "the very first printed denunciation came courtesy of my fellow Altonian, Phyllis Schlafly, in her syndicated newspaper column about a month after the essay's publication."
Dunphy, who is obviously proud of his controversial essay, then quotes the key paragraph from the essay "for the benefit of anyone who may have been living in a cave in Tibet for the past 11 years." Here is the much-quoted paragraph:
Then, admitting that this paragraph "has all the subtlety of a charging rhinoceros," Dunphy concludes his current statement with the following paragraph:
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