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At 9:05am on January 5, 2009, Scott said…
Thank you for the welcome. Happy to be here. Hope to get to know more atheists like me.
At 5:12am on January 5, 2009, ɟǝןıx dǝʇɹɐɹ said…
Hello and thank you for your welcome note. I like your posts and please accept my friendship.
At 4:53pm on January 4, 2009, Glasnost said…
Hello Terence. Thank you for the gracious welcome. I found your post about the origin of St. Peter to be very interesting. I was reading a bit of Bart Erhman's book "Misqouting Jesus", which deals with similiar issues of textual manipulation, but it seems a bit dumbed down and small in scope. Could you reccomend a book or a few books which explore similiar issues?(ie: critical history of religion, textual/linguistic history, that sort of thing)
At 8:18am on January 4, 2009, Andy said…
Thanks for the welcome. The ORIGINS group sounds interesting. I made up my mind at 6 to become an anthropologist -- haven't made it yet. Je veut l'apprendre, cette langue aussi. Je sais un peu.
At 11:20pm on January 3, 2009, Chris G said…
I found the Origins group - under groups rather than links, where I first looked. I'll check it out and look forward to watching some interesting videos. I watch a lot on TED (www.TED.com) and The Amazing Meetings (TAM) among others.
Chris
At 11:15pm on January 3, 2009, Chris G said…
Thanks for the welcome. You refered me to an "Origins" site. What is its web address?

Chris
At 5:10pm on January 3, 2009, John said…
Thanks for the warm welcome. I am all about rational thought......no virgin mama drama for me, thank you very much!!

-jp
At 8:22am on January 3, 2009, Eddie Goldman said…
Thanks. I also just joined and will check out the group. You can take that on faith (that's a joke)!
At 5:52pm on January 2, 2009, revtimothy said…
thanks! am just beginning to explore......happy '09 and wishes of good health to you !
At 2:11pm on January 2, 2009, Nancy Hudson said…
Thanks for so very much for the welcome. Happy New Year!
At 8:06am on January 2, 2009, chris said…
Thank you!
greetings
At 1:48pm on January 1, 2009, bobevt said…
Happy New Year to you also thank you very much.
At 2:40am on January 1, 2009, stagendogs said…
Happy 2009 and thanks for the warm welcome!
At 1:19am on December 31, 2008, Spade said…
glad to be here. i could not have said it better myself. further elaboration: lets call it the "world free of religious disease" after all, religion spreads like a disease, and unfortunately there's no vaccine
At 6:15pm on December 30, 2008, B.H. Berg said…
Thank you! I am here simply to enjoy conversations and see why people thin the way they do. I am not trying to prove anything or be underhanded. I am simply one of those people who likes learning about everyone's and anyone's point of view and perspective. :)
At 4:08pm on December 30, 2008, Mark Johnston said…
Thanks for the welcome Dr.M! This looks like a great bunch of folks.
At 3:36pm on December 30, 2008, Daze said…
Thank you for the welcome! It is wonderful to be here! :D

Liviu a.k.a. DazeLoop
At 2:55am on December 30, 2008, jc morrison said…
thanks for commenting on my photos.
At 2:44pm on December 29, 2008, Linda Gipson said…
I know you are in England but since you are so well educated I was hoping you might have time to give me some suggestions.

Separation of church and state has become a major issue for me. I know fundamentalists will never see the logic in my beliefs, but I can no longer stand silently by while they turn this country into a theocracy. I want to be able to discuss the subject from an informed, educated and rational perspective. In other words I need to fill in some holes in my education. Can anyone suggest good reading resources that I can study? I would like to pull my arguments from a variety of sources - writings of the founding fathers for example and more contemporary authors as well.
Thanks for any suggestions.
At 6:13am on December 29, 2008, Linda Gipson said…
Thank you for the nice welcome. It's the most amazing thing when I look at my family and see all these very intelligent people who actually believe in christianity - and not just christianity but the whole mormon thing as well. The U.S. does seem to be heading down a scary religious path and I think freethinkers are going to have to be more vocal than in the past.

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