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Zeuglodon's Avatar Jump to comment 22 by Zeuglodon

I'm pretty much in the same boat as Flapjack, Schrodinger's Cat, Stevehill, Drosera, and God fearing Atheist; it's not much to talk about in the UK. Religious ideas and things were just there on the periphery, like celebrities, other cultures, and sports - there if you wanted them or were interested, but hardly your concern.

Comment 3 by SoHelpMeReason

Though I'm just an anonymous stranger to you, I offer you my deepest condolences. Disagreeing with a friend is one thing, but losing a friend because of it is something else. Stay out of the closet, though. Your feelings for your friend should not be construed as a sign that something is wrong with your position on religious matters.

Comment 13 by Drosera

Well, I wouldn't do it ordinarily, but at a rally it might have a place.

Comment 14 by tembuki

Yeah, pretty much, but given the public debates and issues that are reported so often these days, and the number of times you notice misconceptions creeping in, it helps to know what points you agree with, or remain open on.

Sun, 25 Sep 2011 17:59:56 UTC | #875052