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At 8:38pm on May 26, 2011, Ruth Anthony-Gardner said…

Greetings, DR! I'd like to invite you to a group where we talk about anything on our minds, Hang With Friends. :D

At 10:18am on November 21, 2010, Bruno said…
Why thank you.
Ex mormon! Always happy to see one! (long story hehe).
So I guess I'm joining your existentialism group, even though I'm not one myself (if there's such a thing). I'm not really that attracted to all the dense philosophy, but I guess my life was a big fuckin Sartrean nausea when I decided to face some truths long time ago. As most of us, I suppose. So I might relate and find good things to read from the other members. I'm going to check on your blog later on as well. Let's keep talking. I'm curious about your mormon background. See you around!
At 2:02pm on November 17, 2010, Gary Berg-Cross said…
Pithy comes across in the same cat accent, when I attempt it too.
At 12:20am on November 17, 2010, Steve said…
Hi DR!

I am glad you liked the article.

At 2:12pm on October 5, 2010, Brian J Geisler said…
Hey thanks DR!
As I mentioned in a recent comment about my own blog--It's nice to have people read what I write and explain their similarities and differences in rationale rather than categorically list all the reasons I'm going to hell. When I ask folks intuitive questions about their beliefs, mostly when they are just as apt to subsequently tell me what is and what is not, I fight the urge to punch them in the nose when they tell me they feel sorry for me because I don't have FAITH. I have faith that this right hook is going to spoil your day fine sir! Side note: I've been challenged to fights by fundamentalist Christians and always back down. The sense of victory I receive when they are left to stew in their own hippocritical stupidity is better than any right hook I've EVER thrown.

At 6:25pm on September 25, 2010, Rich Goss said…
Thanks, D R, I took the liberty of forwarding your comment to Barbara and the discussion group on my A/N blog.

At 2:02am on August 24, 2010, sk8eycat said…
Thanks for the Friend request, and sorry about the delay. I'm trying to negotiate a reverse mtge., and it's taking longer, and is more involved, than I expected. Been filling out all kinds of forms, but I think I'm finally finished with that. I hope.

Welcome, and please wish me luck!
PS: Have you heard former "moron" Steve Benson's "Salt Lake City Blues"? Very funny.
At 10:46pm on August 22, 2010, Bimmerella said…
Thanks for the friend add! I too am glad I found this site! I'm having brilliant conversations. It's great to be here :)
At 2:27am on August 20, 2010, sacha said…
new look there? It always takes me a while to get used to new profile photos...
At 3:58am on August 18, 2010, Michael M Chevalier said…
Many thanks for the welcome!
At 3:14pm on August 12, 2010, nick altman said…
Thanks for listening! Er,... reading what I say.
At 1:03pm on August 9, 2010, Indygrl76 said…
Hello Friend! I used to live in Utah-- Ogden for six years. It was quite an experience in religious bigotry. I have to say that Forida is a bit better even if it is still so conservative in the rural parts of the state-- can you say Arkansas? No disrepect meant! Happiness to all...
At 10:41am on August 3, 2010, Bill Hebner said…
Guess you hadn't friended me previously. Not a problem and thanks for it now. Glad to meet you, as it were.
At 12:45pm on August 2, 2010, Renshia said…
That really was a remarkable upgrade. My original thoughts on the subject was to go to the funeral and stab him just to make sure...LOL
At 11:01pm on July 27, 2010, Tim McElligott said…
Thanks D R, good to meet you.
At 7:51pm on July 25, 2010, David Sensei said…
Thanks for your encouragement D.R. That response on the existence of JC was my first effort and it's gratifying to know someone's acknowledging my thoughts. Though I'm a teacher, I'm not an academic scholar and I believe people can get bogged down in the detail. While it's generally sound advice to 'Know thy enemy', I don't think it's necessary to read the bible at all to dismiss it as a hotchpotch of obscure geneologies, self-righteous ancient Hebrew myth and superstition, though it does have its poetry and purple passages, and dare I say even humaneness here and there.

As some commentators have already noted, it doesn't matter if the image of Christ is based on one or more people who historically existed, and how much of the biographical detail is true. It's the notion that he was any kind of supernatural deity that needs addressing. It's simply impossible. Simply.

To me, the question of the existence of God really is a simple one, a 'no-brainer'. He made the world in six days and rested on the seventh. RESTED! Who wants to believe in an all-powerful god who gets TIRED? What if he's tired when I'm praying? So the bible hoists itself on its own petard in the very first chapter of Genesis.

Anyway, don't wish to preach to the converted. I'm glad to accept you as a friend in non-theism and will look out for your own contributions with interest. I liked your Huxley quote too. I'd also like to direct you to my second contribution, some comments on the notion of blasphemy. I hope you can find it. I don't know how to navigate the site well yet.

All the best and keep your mind clear.
At 12:48pm on July 25, 2010, Nev Saberon said…
Thanks D R... glad to be a friend! i like that qoute you got from A. Huxley.
At 11:29am on July 21, 2010, Gary Connolly said…
Thanks for the invite.

My hat is likewise tipped to the rowdy colonial! :)
At 10:50am on July 13, 2010, joseph f logston said…
thanks D R.....i was born an atheist raised a baptist i will die an atheist................. J.F. Logston
At 4:52pm on July 11, 2010, Jack Matirko said…
Yeah. I guess on a whole living in Utah is more complicated. Thanks for the add.



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