"I thought this was cool and worth sharing with the kids, especially if they're science fans or you're trying to foster an interest in science. It's called "The Scale of the Universe 2." Make sure to explore both…"
"Bart D. Ehrman weighs in on the historical authenticity of Jesus (with a yes vote). My understanding is that Ehram used to be a born-again fundamentalist and is now agnostic. For a biblical scholar, he seems progressive based on his…"
"Mark, if you're really going to the rally, let's hook up. I'm going to be staying at the Marriott so I can attend the AA convention afterwards. There are already a few committed SWiFT members going. I want to have a…"
"Hi Kurt. I'm bringing my whole family to the Reason Rally. Hope to see you and SWiFT there too.
Sorry to miss the meeting today. Just got home from Lake Geneva. Margie and I were celebrating our 23rd wedding anniversary.
Mark, if you're really going to the rally, let's hook up. I'm going to be staying at the Marriott so I can attend the AA convention afterwards. There are already a few committed SWiFT members going. I want to have a meeting at the Jefferson Memorial the Friday before the rally and say the "real" Pledge and video tape it. Hopefully you can make that. Congratulations to you and Margie.
That is so great to know!! My best friend was supposed to go to the show with me, but she had to cancel due to the time change. She was so mad that she misses it, so this would be the perfect gift for her for christmas! (plus I'll have to buy one for myself! That was seriously a good show!!)
Hello Mark, and welcome to this rational world of Internet atheism---a haven from the superstitions and fictional god of the masses.
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Thanks for the information...I'll be seeking out your book to fill in the many gaps I have about the secular humanist movement. (I'd certainly rather fill the gaps with rational explanations that the ALTERNATIVE.) I'm familiar with the writings of Dawkins, Sagan, and Dennett. I've also become a fan of Susan Jacoby's books.
"Loren, both my wife and I decided a long time ago that we would have no memorial. Our wish (in writing and notarized) is to be cremated and scattered over the place of our choosing. Right now, it appears we will be fertilizing our vegetable garden…"
"The latest activity is still available on the front page. It took up way too much space on the right side. Hopefully, we can all get used to going there. Or, just use the RSS feed.
What does everyone think?"