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At 11:27am on April 23, 2012, Scott Stewart said…

Thanks for the welcome Terry.I am glad to be here.

 

Scott

At 7:42pm on April 21, 2012, Andy Reid said…

Thank you for the welcome. I certainly appreciate this community, where I may have a civil discussion about theological issues without anger or discontent from theists. A tout l'heure!

At 10:02am on April 20, 2012, Melissa said…
Thank you all!
At 4:44pm on April 19, 2012, I Think said…

Thank you for the warm welcome! I really appreciate it. :)

At 8:03pm on April 18, 2012, Sarah Elizabeth Tygert said…

Wow! 18-years. What a wonderfully full life for a feline companion. =) I have a lilac point myself, she's 3-years now. Beautiful cat. 

At 7:46am on April 18, 2012, Katia Regina Susan Milani said…

Thank you, I´m already!

At 3:01am on April 18, 2012, terri lynn said…

Thanks so much  Dr. Terence !

At 10:39pm on April 17, 2012, darryl stanfa said…

THANK YOU!

At 6:53pm on April 17, 2012, Sarah Elizabeth Tygert said…

Thank  you for your welcome and invitation Terence! I will take it into consideration as I look around the community. It looks like a very interesting group. I see you went to Oxford? I'll have to poke around on your page a little. =)

At 11:26am on April 17, 2012, Jess Johnson said…

Hi there, Dr. Meaden, and thanks for the welcome. I look forward to poking around and seeing what is here. Cheers!

At 7:11pm on April 16, 2012, Eric Snyder said…

Thanks for the welcoming message.  I'm sure I will have a great time on the Nexus and "meet" a lot of fascinating Free Thinkers.

At 4:07pm on April 12, 2012, Paula F said…

Thanks for the invitation, Terry. I have joined the group and look forward to participating. Incidentally, I spend each summer in Oxford. I would love to know of any freethought goings-on in town, although I realise that many of the "gowns" are gone at that time of year. I met Brian Mountford last summer, which was very nice. Perhaps we will bump into each other as well.

At 9:51am on April 12, 2012, X Amish Atheist said…

Hi Dr. Meaden. Thank you for your warm welcome. I will definitely check out the group Origins.

At 7:56am on April 12, 2012, Armanda Desiato said…
Hi, I am alone in a sea of religions it's unnerving. Thanks for the welcome.
Nice to find a questioning, thinking group of people.
Sincerely Mandy
At 4:24am on April 12, 2012, Carla Barbera said…

Thanks for the welcome!  I look forward to joining some groups!  So nice to have a place to go to where people understand and accept me!  Thank you.  

At 4:21am on April 12, 2012, Carolyn said…

Thanks for the welcome Terence, very kind. 

So many topics to catch up with in the Origins section! 

At 1:01pm on April 11, 2012, Gallowspoll said…

Thank you for the friendly welcom Dr. Meaden. I do look forward being a part of this venue.

At 9:16am on April 10, 2012, MonkeyPhilosopher said…

Many thanks for the welcome and suggestion. Big fan of those subjects, although I assume we all are in this community.

At 8:18am on April 10, 2012, Chrystal (Thompson) Lambing said…
Thank you for your welcome, Dr. Meaden.
At 6:41am on April 10, 2012, Robert Brown said…

Thanks Terry.  I'm still trying to figure out what I am.  As a scientist I so far see no evidence of God.  If there were proof....not faith, ha ha, then I would accept that fact.  All religion seems to me to be a bunch of mumbo jumbo.  I don't doubt that there was a Jesus, a Mohammed, or a Buddha.  Perhaps they were the same person.  But nowhere in any of their words or documents that followed their existence anything other than you just have to "believe".  I see beauty in the cosmos but I also see terrible and horrific destructive forces going on with complete objectivity.  So, I suppose it is clear that I am a non-theist but am I an agnostic because I am open to evidence or proof?  My family thinks I am nuts and going to hell but here are two things that led me to where I am.  There can be good without God and there is horrible suffering in the world.  So, what does believing in a God do?  It gives one a psychological crutch to deal with the awful things that life can deliver and it also gives one a false hope that there is something after death.  So here I am.

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