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Go to: Happy 66th Birthday, Richard Dawkins!

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY Richard Dawkins, may you have many more, we need you

Sun, 25 Mar 2007 21:39:00 UTC | #25343

Go to: Blashpemy Challenge Interview

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This may be one of the less intellectual atheist campaigns. But it is in no way less evidence based; in most of the videos people explain how they have considered the evidence and come to the obvious conclusion.
It is, for me, the only way I can really show support, being to young to be taken notice of in any other field, and it is a relief to say what has been on my mind since I have been able to study the facts with rational thought. So the intellectual value doesn't matter, it is still a worthwhile project

Wed, 31 Jan 2007 06:13:00 UTC | #17995

Go to: Secret Life of Brian

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One of the best movies in cinema history, (and I should know, I've followed a few)
It is the peak of python brilliance, made even better by the risks they took in portraying that theme, I am so glad they did, and am also glad that it succeeded, despite the wishes of the fundies. It also brought into the public eye the question about a particular person "was he a messiah, or a very naughty boy?"

Sun, 07 Jan 2007 15:53:00 UTC | #14669

Go to: The Blasphemy Challenge

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Oh and to repeat, I deny the Holy Spirit

Fri, 15 Dec 2006 19:56:00 UTC | #11294

Go to: The Blasphemy Challenge

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Re comment #13129 by c6c6dog

I think I should inform you, being one of the "adolescents" that is featured in the promotional video (the one with the bushy hair and the microphone), that I have not been indoctrinated, nor do I lack the mental ability to study the subject at hand.
I have studied in detail the facts of the world's major religions, and I have, as I said in my video, deduced that there is not enough evidence to support what basically are wild claims.
The reason I am doing this challenge and similar activities is because recently religion has been trying to get into the science classroom, science is my subject; I cannot stand by and let personal beliefs get taught as fact to future generations of my fellow students.

So do not stop me because of my age, I am not indoctrinated, I am returning fire.

Fri, 15 Dec 2006 19:54:00 UTC | #11291