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At 9:28pm on April 7, 2009, Sara Gwin said…
Thanks! I'm definitely excited to be on here and look forward to networking and discussions!
At 5:32am on April 7, 2009, Peter said…
Thanks for the welcome Terry. Coincidentally, I was watching a symposium titled "Origins" when you wrote. Ran April 2nd through 6th at Arizona State U and videos may go up on the Science Network at some point.

http://origins.asu.edu/index.php
http://thesciencenetwork.org/
At 2:08am on April 6, 2009, Micheal said…
Doctor, Is there a possibility of working together to develop the Atheistic Values in Africa? Do you have some ideas? What would you like to see happening in Africa? I hope we can discuss.
At 9:50pm on April 5, 2009, Anna Scavone said…
Thanks!
At 7:25pm on April 3, 2009, The Angry Philistine said…
Thanks for the welcome! I am certainly looking forward to learning more bout the Nexus community
At 4:56pm on April 3, 2009, Ryan Alexander McDougall said…
will do thank you Dr
At 1:49pm on April 3, 2009, Larry H said…
Thank you Dr. Meaden.

I will comment from time to time and follow threads where they might take me. I don't tend to lash out very often but I do take umbrage with "establishment clause" violations. Who wants to live in Iran?! I will visit the ORIGINS...site asap.
At 5:12am on April 2, 2009, Lynn M. said…
As you can tell, I haven't been on in a while- thanks for the welcome.
At 4:06pm on April 1, 2009, Anamar Amazigh said…
thank you sir for the kind welcome comment, and for all the informations you have in here,
At 10:14pm on March 31, 2009, Femina Irata said…
Thank you for the warm welcome. That's precisely the reason I love atheist communities, people are for the most part super-nice. That, and, you know, they THINK. :)
At 12:32am on March 30, 2009, Atheist Exile said…
Hi Doc,

Thanks for the re-welcome. :-)

I won't be reposting that missing post . . . I can't find it! But I'm working on others I hope to post soon.
At 9:41pm on March 29, 2009, VKVora Atheist, Rationalist said…
Thanks for your kind welcome for joining Group : Origin. I have joined Atheist Nesus to get more information from world.
At 3:09am on March 27, 2009, Richard Charles Kelland said…
Hello Dr Meaden. Thank you for your welcome. I am under severe time constraints now but will contact you later. I would like to establish a circle of friends in my area to discuss issues of common interest, and to embark on an effort to address the many problems we are experiencing collectively due to the myopia, amnesia and religious preoccupation of most in our global village. Atheism generally equals an intelligent and enquiring mind. we need to harness these qualities somehow. I am hoping this website will enable me to make the necessary acquaintances. Education is the key, and my city boasts some of the premier private and public schools in South Africa, many of whom use a religious culture to brainwash the kids. I have teemed up with a few bright and concerned people, having started a discussion group. But its time to move up a gear. Have some ideas to share. Til later...
At 8:44pm on March 26, 2009, Robert Matthews said…
Thank you for the thoughtful welcome Dr. Meaden. It will be nice conversing with those of like thought and I look forward to joining some groups as you suggest. Being a man of physics you may be interested in a book my stepfather wrote "Unification of Electromagnetism, Kinematics, and Gravitation". He (Dr. NFJ Matthews) finished it just before his passing in 1999 while still at North Carolina State University. If you (or anyone else) are interested and need help getting copy let me know.
Robert Matthews ("Chip" to FandFs)
At 7:08pm on March 26, 2009, Eddie E. Hicks Sr. said…
Thanks. I'm sure I'll find a lot of interesting information here.
At 3:25pm on March 25, 2009, Charles Faria said…
thanks man... i'll see...
At 10:19am on March 25, 2009, Dennj said…
Thx for the neighborly welcome
At 9:55am on March 25, 2009, George Ricker said…
Thanks for the kind welcome. As to how I "came to my senses," my story isn't that different than many others I have heard. I was raised in a fairly conventional home in a conventional setting. Growing up in South Florida in the 1950s, there really wasn't much occasion for challenging the status quo, and, frankly, I wasn't that adventurous anyway. I managed to coast through school getting good grades without getting much of an education. It was only after I had been out in the world and began to rethink much of what I had been taught that I also began to seriously question ideas about gods and religions. That started an evolution in my thinking that led me to investigate further and rekindled a long dormant interest in science. By the time I was 35 I was calling myself an "agnostic" and soon realized I also was an atheist. That was more than three decades ago, and in the time since I have been a much happier and more productive person than I ever was while under the influence of gods and religions.

That's the short version. Thanks again for the welcome.
At 2:58am on March 25, 2009, VKVora Atheist, Rationalist said…
This refers to your comment on my Avtar. In my young age there was no upper portion and slowly as per Darwin life grown.
At 10:51am on March 24, 2009, Wendi said…
I'll be sure to check out your group, Terry -- thanks for your kind welcome!

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