Hank Bones
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Religious Music

Started this discussion. Last reply by Erin W. Buck Jul 8, 2009. 9 Replies

Famous Atheists

Started this discussion. Last reply by damian Feb 5, 2009. 12 Replies

Reading the Bible

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jezzy Jun 26, 2010. 69 Replies


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Jezzy replied to Hank Bones's discussion Reading the Bible
"I try hard to read the holy books to become an invincible force for good, it just hurts so much..."
Jun 26, 2010
Mario Romero replied to Hank Bones's discussion Reading the Bible
"I read the bible a good 30 years ago. I was just an infant and as such, took it on myself to indulge into a frenzy reading and ended up with the seed of doubt embeded in my brain. I guess my parents started to regret that I read the thing in the…"
Aug 9, 2009
Louis replied to Hank Bones's discussion Reading the Bible
"I read the bible cover to cover one summer because I'm a masochist -- actually it was to improve my faith by familiarizing myself with the word of god -- obviously it had the opposite effect. I've also read over the Koran, the Hadith, the…"
Jul 10, 2009
Erin W. Buck replied to Hank Bones's discussion Religious Music
"If it's overtly Christian, it invariably repels me. But I say the same for any preachy (religions or otherwise) or overtly politicized songs. But subtle (political or spiritual) references don't bother me; it often heightens the poetry and…"
Jul 8, 2009
Goz replied to Hank Bones's discussion Religious Music
"I have a very low tolerance for it and would never buy music with religious themes."
Jul 3, 2009
Dacx replied to Hank Bones's discussion Religious Music
"I enjoy country-western music but so many artists sing about God and going to church and how great Jesus is, blah-blah-blah. I can tolerate a little of it but too much is just too much."
Jul 2, 2009
Dave P replied to Hank Bones's discussion Religious Music
"How very odd. I just caught myself singing 'Oh Come All Ye Faithful', complete with the fiddly bits in the last verse, in a somewhat startlingly high falsetto, while making the coffee in the kitchen. A little flash back to the 12 year old…"
Jun 21, 2009
Allen Butler replied to Hank Bones's discussion Reading the Bible
"I read a lot of the Bible during my "wrestling with faith years" from about the time I was 12 until I graduated from college. I've read pretty much the whole thing, although in bits and pieces and not in any sort of logical order (to…"
Jun 15, 2009

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At 10:44pm on July 8, 2009, Billy Deaton said…
That's not you in that picture is it? Does 'PFMS' mean anything to you?
At 5:20pm on May 8, 2009, kj said…
Great costume too! You crack me up. All this time I thought I was the only "social kryptonite" dealer who used UCB as a friendhibitor. HAHA
At 4:47pm on May 8, 2009, kj said…
Thanks for accepting my request. I have to admit that the big red cat pic got my attention initially... "it's a balloooooon intestine" (in case you are familiar with the UCB skit).

Hope to join you on some forums soon.
At 2:37pm on February 5, 2009, Dr. Terence Meaden said…
Here is the original parable as devised by Denis Diderot:

“Wandering in a vast forest at night, I have only a faint light to guide me. A stranger appears and says to me: "My friend, you should blow out your candle in order to find your way more clearly." This stranger is a theologian.” Addition to Philosophical Thoughts (c. 1762) Denis Diderot 1713-1784
At 8:42am on February 5, 2009, Roy Roberts said…
At 12:00pm on February 4, 2009, skye AKA rembrandt said…
At 2:16am on February 4, 2009, Dr. Terence Meaden said…
A traveller lost in a dark wood has only a candle for illumination. He meets a theologian who says "Blow out your candle and let me guide you". I think this little parable was from Denis Diderot'.

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At 11:44pm on February 3, 2009, Ian Mason said…
Hi Hank. Welcome to AN. Join in and have fun.


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