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____/ Mark Kent on Thursday 14 Jan 2010 12:26 : \____
> Gregory Shearman <ZekeGregory@xxxxxxxxxxxx> espoused:
>> On 2010-01-10, Chris Ahlstrom <ahlstromc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> Mark Kent pulled this Usenet boner:
>>>> Gregory Shearman <ZekeGregory@xxxxxxxxxxxx> espoused:
>>>>>> Can't you just feel the Xtian love? :-)
>>>>> Oh yeah... they love us to death.
>>>> Indeed - there's nothing quite like christian charity on this planet. I
>>>> was lucky enough to be a catholic when I was young... I've been
>>>> recovering since :-)
>>> Same here.
>> I was lucky... raised by atheists.
> Good for you, in my opinion. In my case, I started to question certain
> aspects of doctrine and dogma early in primary school - it made me less
> than popular with the nuns running the school.
> I'm with Richard Dawkins on this - children shouldn't be indoctrinated
> in this stuff, rather, they should be old enough to analyse such things
> before attempting to make decisions around religious belief and faith.
Yet many people perceived this schools of thought as "radical".
For "radical", see Christopher Hitchens. :-)
"Microsoft allowed us to [remove Internet Explorer from Windows] but we don't think we should
have to ask permission every time we want to make some minor software modification. Windows is
an operating system, not a religion."
--Ted Waitt, Gateway Computer Chairman
"Science without religion is lame. Religion without science is blind."
--Albert Einstein, an atheist
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