"Title of play, MGH, has changed from indecisions such as movie or stage play or both or opera libretto, musical book, ballet story, short story, novela, novel, and back again, depending pretty much on what I saw as the main theme or the lead…"
"Anything is possible that is conceived by the human mind, but not all things are probable. The problem with a claimed miraculous occurrence is that it is an extraordinary event, and so requires extraordinary evidence, a tall order indeed. I for one…"
" Hi James, Well it should be published within 12 weeks. I'm going with the Australian Self Publishing Group and they will be promoting it world wide. Anyway I shall of course let you know when it is ready.
"A miracle, by definition, is a supernatural act that ignores, suspends or goes against natural processes. There would be no way to test the validity of a claimed miracle. The many appearances of the Virgin over the centuries would be a particularly…"
"Belief in a god...any god...is just that - a belief. It does not depend upon any evidence whatsoever. So, a god could exist or not exist. Either status is compatible with belief that one does in fact exist. Since by definition gods exist outside of…"
"Hello, Michigan atheists. I live in CA and have since 1973 with a brief two and a half year hiatus in Barfallo, NY. I am originally from Bay City, and became a member of the BC Free Methodist Church, went to an FMC college (Greenville, in Illinois)…"
"Malcolm, I'm still amongst the living...just haven't been here in a while. I post often on several atheist facebook groups to which I've attached myself. I haven't had any contact with Alan in a while. He spent gay pride day with…"
"I'm 100% certain that I don't "know" whether there's a god or not, but since the evidence is sorely and eternally lacking that would be required to elicit belief in one, I have no choice but to act as though there is not…"
" The original Bible Errancy pages were managed by Alan and continued at full strength when the group moved to Multiply. Since then members migrated to a variety of sites, but Alan does still maintain a Bible Errancy Debate at…"
I waS baptized and raised in a liberal Presbyterian Church, but became a born-again Christian at age 13 and 18 (if at first you don't succeed...). I then studied for the ministry in the Free Methodist Church, a small, fundamentalist flavor of protestantism. Also being a little bit homosexual, I had a few conflicts between my sexuality and my faith, so I left it for almost two decades, calling myself an atheist, but it was not out any intellectual determination. At 40, I had a "spiritual re-awakening, and for the next 20 years, I practiced a liberal evangelicalism. After turning 60, I began to question the foundations of faith, and slowly determined I could no longer support faith with anything approaching reason and logic, so I finally "came out" as an unrepentant atheist, well-established and unashamed!
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