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CNN Request for 'I-Reports' on religion

UPDATE 8-24-07: CNN has posted some of the responses:
http://www.cnn.com/2007/US/08/23/faith.reader.feedback/index.html

CruciFiction writes:

CNN has posted a form requesting "thoughts about faith and the state of religion in the world."

It is worded as "How Strong Is Your Faith?", as if everyone practices religious faith with an implication that those of us who do not, are such an insignificant few that we need not even be included in the discussion or bother responding.

I would like to see an outpouring of atheists responding to this request with photos and videos in support of the naturalistic and non-superstitious viewpoint.

http://www.cnn.com/exchange/ireports/topics/forms/2007/07/faith.html

TAGGED: POLLS, RELIGION


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