Roger E. Greeley

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Greeley, Roger E. (20th Century)

Greeley, a long-time Unitarian minister in Kalamazoo, Michigan, has appeared widely as an impersonator of Robert G. Ingersoll, dressing in clothing of the time, and quoting word-for-word what Ingersoll said on almost any subject which might be brought up.

He has written The Best of Humanism (1987), The Best of Robert Ingersoll (1982), and Thomas Jefferson’s Freethought Legacy (1995).

Greeley is Associate Dean of the Humanist Institute, a Secular Humanist Mentor of the Council for Secular Humanism, and a member of The Truth Seeker’s editorial board.

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