I suppose that all (or almost all) of you know the following talk:

http://ning.it/gibWcW

but I would like to send this one anyway. This talk made me (about a year or two ago) take the last step on my (long) way from being a devoted catholic to becoming a militant anti-theist. It took me about 15 years to get from the former to the latter.

Religion is for our minds what environmental pollutions are to the nature, we cannot tolerate its persistent and expanding presence everywhere. We have to save our children and grandchildren from this BS. We should teach our kids critical thinking, not blind obedience.
I feel responsible for spreading of these ideas because I am one of those who know both sides. This is why I joined this community.

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Comment by Hania Uscka-Wehlou on February 22, 2011 at 3:27pm
Thank you, Cliff, for your kind words.

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