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Nealie Barker replied to Alice's discussion Circumcision - good or harmful? in the group Atheist News
"I didn't think you were. I just wanted to clarify. Please don't feel 'shot down' that wasn't my intention. I was honestly trying to get you to expand on your thoughts. I appreciated you're rational tone…"
Jul 1, 2011
Nealie Barker replied to Alice's discussion Circumcision - good or harmful? in the group Atheist News
"  Sorry can't get the Edit function to work - I wanted to address this comment specifically.   "New born babies do not have grown penises and foreskins; they don't get erections.  It doesn't take them weeks to…"
Jul 1, 2011
Nealie Barker replied to Alice's discussion Circumcision - good or harmful? in the group Atheist News
"Dunn - I appreciate the point you are making regarding the requirement for informed decision making. However let me clarify, you are not advocating circumcision as a publicly funded preventative treatment for phimosis are you? I am also confused as…"
Jul 1, 2011
Michael Caton replied to Nealie Barker's discussion New Medical Student - Concerned. in the group Medical Atheists
"I would agree with DSE that a fundamentalist probably isn't an effective practitioner.  That said, I know 1-2 dozen out theists at my institution (all three Abrahamics) and in every cause I would take my future children to them with a…"
Mar 23, 2011
Nealie Barker replied to Michael Caton's discussion Medical Student Atheist/Skeptic Groups? in the group Medical Atheists
"Hi Mike,   Have you got an update on this issue? I would also like to start a group at my uni. The medical campus is quite separate from everything else which would make a med student focus easy.   I have a few concerns about how the…"
Mar 23, 2011
Nealie Barker added a discussion to the group Medical Atheists
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New Medical Student - Concerned.

Hi Guys, I am a new (albeit very mature ;-)) medical student. It has come to my attention that a large proportion of my medical cohort are either a touch misogynistic or fundamental christians (where's the distincion I hear you say!!!). I am concerned, to say the least, that the class has a fair number of students who earnestly believe homosapiens popped up in the middle east 6-7,000 years ago. I don't know whether it makes a difference to clinical practice if you have no idea about the origins…See More
Mar 23, 2011

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At 10:37pm on May 22, 2011, Ruth Anthony-Gardner said…

Greetings, Nealie! I notice you haven't been active at Atheist Nexus lately. <sigh> Sometimes it can seem a bit fragmented, with different groups for every interest. Please consider a group for socializing, where we talk about whatever's on our minds, Hang With Friends. :D You might feel more at home.

At 9:39am on March 28, 2011, Brent Feeney said…
A belated welcome aboard!! =)  Hope this finds you well...
At 6:40pm on March 23, 2011, Dr. Terence Meaden said…
Hi Nealie. Welcome to this rational world of Internet atheism----a haven from the irrational superstitions and fictional god of the masses. 

We invite you to make good friends by joining the busy group "ORIGINS: Universe, Astronomy, Life, Earth, Humans, Religion, Gods, Atheism, Evolution, Darwin..." with its 400 discussion topics and 2400 members.
http://www.atheistnexus.org/group/originsuniverselifehumankindanddarwin

Terry Meaden (English)
At 9:46pm on March 22, 2011, Ken said…
Hello and welcome to the Nexus!!  We are glad to have you.
 
 
 

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