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British Library 19th Century Collection free for IPad

Started this discussion. Last reply by AgeOfAtheists14 Jun 14, 2011. 2 Replies

My husband just found an interesting fact on the internet:  The British Library has made their entire historical collection from the 19th Century available for free for the IPad...just go to the app…Continue

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Tolti liked Scott Renno's blog post Why I Am Not A Cristian
Feb 25
Tolti replied to James M. Martin's discussion Wishful Thinking: Kiev Protestor Wards Off Vampire Vlad With Crucifix
"Does the cross double as a dagger, just in case he vampire closes in, and you have to stab him?"
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Tolti replied to Tom Sarbeck's discussion At 84 I'm still an idealist? A Sometimes Angry Idealist?
"I think idealism co-exists with reality because the idealist generally makes his\her local environment a more upbeat place, and regardless of headlines and the world at large, we live most of our lives on the "local" level. …"
Feb 25
Tolti replied to Danny's discussion What if there is a god?
"It seems that you are under the influence of fairy tales that authority figures repeatedly told you were true, even though there is no evidence that can be used to quantify the fairy tale. Why do you not have any question as to the veracity of the…"
Mar 28, 2012
Kris King commented on Tolti's blog post An unintended effect
"I never really knew much about the mormons (they're not as prevalent in the UK as in the US), but when I discovered this bunch of people who believed that Jesus came to the US I thought at first someone must be taking the piss ... so silly :)"
Oct 12, 2011
roland707 commented on Tolti's blog post An unintended effect
"What Would Jethro Do? (Bodeen)  @rob- Wow, I didn't know that's what they believe. Maybe I should've read the whole thing. Nah, I'll take your word for it, because I don't think I could manage it."
Oct 11, 2011
Nerdlass commented on Tolti's blog post An unintended effect
"Rob, unfortunately, it's not too far a jump from some christian belief... the whole "christlike" and "godlike" WWJD sort of thing ties into it. There's a lot of supposition that not only will g-man be worshipped for all…"
Oct 11, 2011
Rob Taylor commented on Tolti's blog post An unintended effect
"Yes, I had a similar experience with Mormon "theology."  While the Bible does have some genuine nuggets of wisdom within its pages, my read of the Book of Mormon left me sort of dumbfounded, trying to figure out what the…"
Oct 11, 2011
roland707 commented on Tolti's blog post An unintended effect
"I also read just a little bit of the book o' mormon. Funny stuff. A friend and I were in a mall in Idaho. A person approached us and asked "Are you mormons?". My friend, with absolutely NO hesitation, blurts out "No, we're…"
Oct 10, 2011
Earther commented on Tolti's blog post An unintended effect
"It makes me wonder about the science of the human mind's capacity to heal itself or others."
Oct 10, 2011
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An unintended effect

When I was in my 20s, I was driving to Colorado for a summer job. I had been across the USA before, camping with family, but this time I was on my own. I was just stopping for the night, and selected a roadside motel so I could get back on the road early the next morning. In perusing my rather plain room, I found, not a Gideon bible in the drawer of the bedside table, but a book entitled," the book of Morman". Curious, I flipped it open for a quick read. After just the first couple paragraphs,…See More
Oct 10, 2011
Tolti replied to Tolti's discussion British Library 19th Century Collection free for IPad
"Further investigation (beyond titles) led me to find that the book re:  Antrhopology for the People:  A refutation of the theory of the Adamic origin of all races, is a apologetic for christianity and the superiority of the white race, as…"
Jun 12, 2011

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An unintended effect

Posted on October 10, 2011 at 12:40pm 7 Comments

When I was in my 20s, I was driving to Colorado for a summer job. I had been across the USA before, camping with family, but this time I was on my own. I was just stopping for the night, and selected a roadside motel so I could get back on the road early the next morning. In perusing my rather plain room, I found, not a Gideon bible in the drawer of the bedside table, but a book entitled,

" the book of Morman". Curious, I flipped it open for a quick read. After just the first couple… Continue

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At 2:30pm on October 24, 2010, Cleyton de Souza said…
Hi Cheri, It's my real name.
At 1:51am on October 14, 2010, Dr. Terence Meaden said…
Cheri, You will be most welcome to join in and initiate discussions in this fine and active group. "Origins".
At 8:24am on October 12, 2010, Carla said…
Hello & welcome :)
At 3:11am on October 11, 2010, Atheist Princess said…
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At 5:08pm on October 10, 2010, Cleyton de Souza said…
Be Welcome Cheri :)
At 3:50pm on October 10, 2010, Dr. Terence Meaden said…
Hello Cheri, and welcome to this friendly world of rational good sense and fine reasoning, with its thousands of freethinkers who recognise how religions deceive and control vulnerable people beginning sadly with innocent children.

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We invite you to join the busy group "ORIGINS: Universe, Astronomy, Life, Earth, Humans, Religion, Evolution, Darwin..." with its 330 discussion topics and 1935 members.
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