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So, What Do Christians Believe Anyway?

I had a discussion recently with a fellow non-believer in which he said that he didn’t think Christians truly believed as they say they do.  I found this to be an interesting assertion.  It is something I have actually considered before and the conclusion that I came to was that yes, people do truly believe but they don’t necessarily believe in what they say or…
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Added by Cara F. on March 9, 2011 at 9:21pm — No Comments

Children, Atheism and Religion

Copied from my blog at http://liberalatheisthippie.blogspot.com

 

When my son came home a few days ago and announced, "Charlie's* an atheist like me!", I felt my chest tighten.  After a deep breath, we had a short discussion about personal beliefs and why some people might get upset with him if their beliefs are different from his and then I reminded him that he is still learning and suggested he might want to hold off…

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Added by Cara F. on March 8, 2011 at 4:15pm — 1 Comment

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