Meet Robert Ingersoll, America’s most famous forgotten atheist
Robert Ingersol » A new biography is helping revive interest in the 19th century humanist, who was known for his intellect and charisma.
By kimberly winston
| Religion News Service
First Published May 29 2013 12:09 pm • Last Updated Dec 07 2013 11:32 pm
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