MarkFL's Discussions (16)

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"It was funny when O'Reilly forgets that the moon causes the tides. However, Silverma…"

MarkFL replied Jan 6, 2011 to Bill O'Reilly vs. David Silverman: You Know They're All Scams

11 Jan 21, 2011
Reply by Gary C.

"I agree that Reasonable Doubts and Atheist News are great. My favorite is the Skepti…"

MarkFL replied Oct 6, 2010 to Best Atheist PodCasts???

19 Feb 24, 2014
Reply by paul babcock

"The chance that a god exists is exactly one in infinity. The same odds that any made…"

MarkFL replied Jun 26, 2010 to IS EVERYBODY 100% POSITIVE THERE IS NO GOD?

2436 Apr 27, 2015
Reply by Gerald Payne

"I have never believed in gods but the thing that clinched it for me when I was young…"

MarkFL replied Dec 29, 2009 to Why Don't You Believe in god(gods)?

14 Jan 2, 2010
Reply by ryan cameron

"Danny, What if there are woodland sprites? Have you ever really thought about the im…"

MarkFL replied Dec 14, 2009 to What if there is a god?

562 Mar 28, 2012
Reply by Nsajigwa sisi kwa sisi

"What you want to do is to get them to explain their own beliefs to you. Bible quotin…"

MarkFL replied Oct 25, 2009 to Discussion with Xian on biblical contradictions.

14 Oct 25, 2009
Reply by MarkFL

"You can say, "don't bother" or "thanks but no thanks". You can say, "OK" or "Thank y…"

MarkFL replied Aug 9, 2009 to What do you say?

214 Sep 19, 2010
Reply by Kiru

"This is a fairly easy argument to refute (like all theist arguments). However, it is…"

MarkFL replied Aug 9, 2009 to

just now

"We use it for our events (like Darwin Day, Solstice Party etc.), web site admin ( ht…"

MarkFL replied Jul 25, 2009 to Atheist Community

21 Jul 25, 2009
Reply by MarkFL

"Our group passes the plate around at the meetings. I always laugh when we do be we s…"

MarkFL replied Jul 25, 2009 to Atheist Community

21 Jul 25, 2009
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