Monthly Archives: May 2015

The Winding Path – 143

For the context of the following comments and to reply, please click on the DATE/TIME  above them. 2015-05-13 12:27 wbthacker – “But atheism has already met that burden of proof by debunking every scientific claim purported to prove God exists. … Continue reading

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The Winding Path – 142

For the context of the following comments and to reply, please click on the DATE/TIME  above them. 2015-05-14 12:17 [Note:  This is from a Rational Doubt blog – “Clergy Fuel the Flight from Religion” ,written by Linda LaScola.] Linda LaScola … Continue reading

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The Winding Path – 141

For the context of the following comments and to reply, please click on the DATE/TIME  above them. [Note: This is a continuation of the comment streams that began in The Winding Path – 137. I’m presenting individually isolated conversations for … Continue reading

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The Winding Path – 140

For the context of the following comments and to reply, please click on the DATE/TIME  above them. [Note: This is a continuation of the comment streams that began in The Winding Path – 137. I’m presenting individually isolated conversations for … Continue reading

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The Winding Path – 139

For the context of the following comments and to reply, please click on the DATE/TIME  above them. [Note: This is a continuation of the comment streams that began in The Winding Path – 137. I’m isolating individual conversations for the … Continue reading

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The Winding Path – 138

For the context of the following comments and to reply, please click on the DATE/TIME  above them. [Note: This is a continuation of the comment streams that began in The Winding Path – 137. I’m isolating individual conversations for the … Continue reading

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The Winding Path – 137

For the context of the following comments and to reply, please click on the DATE/TIME  above them. 2015-05-05 11:25 [Responding to a post on Rational Doubt by Jim Mulholland] By all means leave the clumsy, proprietary, entry level religious stuff … Continue reading

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