"Hi Peggy- welcome to AN. Your story reminds me of an experience I had in 6th grade. I was spending the night at my friend's house (at the time I didn't know what fundamentalist meant, but if I did, that would have described her). Anyway,…"
The artist's talent is evident- the interpretation is up to the viewer. I wouldn't call it cute by any means, but some might find it sad. I thought this might be something AN members might like to see: http:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=EsEiLGBk3BoSee More
"I greatly enjoyed the movie and all of the books, but mostly, as I read the comments, I was jazzed to learn that Radcliffe is an atheist. I did not know that until now. My son (14) will enjoy that tidbit of information."
"Her performance was utterly abysmal, embarrassing, and just plain ridiculous. Also, her lack of education was quite evident. However, what bothered me as much as her video was the visciousness of the responses. Criticizing crazy extremism loses…"
"Hey Brandon: If you like philosophy books, you might like "Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance," which is contemporary philosophy. My brain had to work a bit while reading it, but I really enjoyed it."
"I read "Losing Faith in Faith," by Dan Barker and my move to atheism followed afterwards. Although it would be fair to say the book was not the single catalyst of my atheistic beliefs; other things factored in as well. I enjoyed reading…"
"I have spoken with people whose fun thing to do with the Bibles they encounter in hotels/motels is to hide them. By hiding them, you are not engaging in any hypocritical thievery. LOL
Your approach, addressing them directly, is more honorable. But…"
Greetings, Lynn! I notice you haven't been active at Atheist Nexus lately. <sigh> Sometimes it can seem a bit fragmented, with different groups for every interest. Please consider a group for socializing, where we talk about whatever's on our minds, Hang With Friends. :D You might feel more at home. Love that bumper sticker of your daughter.
Hi Lynn! Enjoy your summer vacation. Relax. If my bible fits into your reading schedule, fine, but this is not a race or an obligation. Spent last weekend with two of my angels. Still walking on air. Finishing up the first draft of my newest and most important book, "How to Cure Religion (With No Adverse Side Effects)." If you're not sick of my babble when you get through with my bible, I would love to send you a copy for your comments. Kind regards, Jack.
Hi Lynn. glad you received my "Bible." I hope you enjoy it. I tried sending you a private message on Nexus, but I don't think it went through. Pleae let me know. My screen stayed on "sending message" for several minutes so I finally closed it. I would welcome any comments--pro and con--you care to share once you read it. It was great post-divorce therapy eleven years ago when I wrote it. "My" god, you will note, has a wonderful sense of humor and enjoys kicking the crap out of me. Apparently I created her in the image and likeness of all of the women in my life. Enjoy!
Yeah, I wish I felt too young, most of the time, though as it is I feel as old as time. I like what you wrote on your site too. It took me a while, as well, to contiously claim atheism as a reality, I mean...this may sound rediculas but I never heard of the word atheist, it was only a few years ago that I said...that's me. And even now I judt don't like labels like that for people...
Yes, Lynn, you've got the right Pam. Greetings...I hope you are well.
Alan has been telling me about our getting together as a combined group...I think it will be a lot of fun. I should just be getting over my first year of college by early June and able to breath again.
I'll check out the date with our other members as well.
Thx. Lynn! You can review excerpts of Part I of my Bible at biblejack.com, not the ideal website name for an atheist, I admit ("Is he a goddamn spy?!"), AND, IF you would like a copy and IF you are willing to provide me with an address I will be happy to mail you a copy, autographed by the author if you want. I know the guy. OR you can buy a "kindle"/cyber copy from Amazon, which would be really exciting in that I'm pretty sure it would be my first kindle sale! HA! Can bestseller status be far behind? Part II, in which the bumper sticker is contained, is "print on demand" from authorhouse.com. I've sold dozens of those, plus or minus ten, minus actually, but who's counting? My email address is email@example.com if you don't want your address public. I know I'm not supposed to put my email address on here either, but if someone wants to find me, I'm pretty easy to locate.
Just read your profile and I love your bumper sticker. My favorite, which I used in The Bible (According to Jack) Part II The New Testament, which needless to say, I HIGHLY recommend for your reading pleasure, is: "Your body is a temple. My body is an amusement park." I still can't believe how much youthful sex the Catholic Church screwed me out of (sorry for the bad pun).