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  • Adam G. H.

    Thank all of you for your warm welcome to my first meetup with this group. Even though I was a little behind the curve since I hadn't read the book, I got a lot out of this meetup and enjoyed it thoroughly. I look forward to future meetups with this group and will hopefully see everyone at Starbucks soon. I also have 3 extra tickets to the Scopes trial plays on Saturday, 20th of July in Dayton TN during the Scopes Festival if anyone is interested. Thanks to Gayle and everyone else for doing this meetup and providing a local group where skeptics, atheists, and freethinkers can find like-minded individuals :-)

    4 · July 8, 2013

  • louis u.

    In light of discussion of Catholic child abuse, this is hard to believe:

    1 · July 7, 2013

  • Mark C.

    I was really looking forward to this, but unfortunately something has come up. I'll try my best to make it to Starbucks next Sunday. Have a great time with Dr. Ray.

    1 · July 7, 2013

  • Mark D.

    Beth and Luc will be with me but we can only stay til maybe 11:30. Just want to say hi and visit for a bit.

    1 · July 6, 2013

  • louis u.

    Map link. Park in the lot on East side of Mass Com building, there will be a sign on the door:

    1 · July 3, 2013

  • Mark C.

    Here is a link to the Campus Map, and I edited it putting a red circle around what the map legend says is the Mass Comm Building.

    I've never been there though, so I'll leave it up to others to correct me if I'm in error.

    July 3, 2013

  • Amber

    I looked at a map of the campus. Isn't the mass comm building on Blue Raider Drive?

    July 3, 2013

  • Basharat I.

    Haven't actually read the book but I will join and listen to what people have to say about it.

    1 · July 2, 2013

  • Renee

    Hi folks! Nice to be in the group! Hope to make a meetup!

    1 · July 1, 2013

  • Jeremiah M.

    Where is the mass com bldg and is parking open for visitors without pass on Sundays

    June 27, 2013

    • Gayle J.

      Jeremiah, there's a map link up at the address listed for the meetup. No worries about parking on Sunday. Hope you can join us!

      June 29, 2013

  • ted p.

    Have gone to both libarys,hastings,B&N,& books a million.No ones seems to have sex & god.If anyone has finished reading it & could loan it yo me,I could return it the 7th when we meet.

    1 · June 27, 2013

    • ted p.

      Anthony, TY,TY,and ... TY. May ALL your GODS bring you lots of SEX.

      June 28, 2013

    • Anthony

      You're welcome. Darn, I'm fresh out of gods too..

      June 29, 2013

  • Gayle J.

    OK, gang - here's the deal: the author of our book, Sex and God, is a personal friend of Eliott and mine. He lives in Kansas, but he has agreed to be available to skype at our book club meeting!

    We've set our meeting again at MTSU, in the location where we normally meet.

    Make sure you get a copy of the book - it's fabulous - and join us for conversation and companionship!

    2 · June 24, 2013

  • Jeremiah M.

    I read "Sex and God" and was again so grateful I extracted myself from the oppressive influence of religion of any kind. Had already come to the conclusion myself that every religion on earth is founded on an afterlife and terror of death. Am really looking forward to the upcoming discussion. Any ideas of a location yet?

    1 · June 22, 2013

  • ted p.

    Having foot surgery 16th of this mo. Yes for now.

    May 14, 2013

  • Arnold Joseph W.

    I was born in Nashville,TN on 7/7/1948. I found a ~“77”~ ~“alignment”~ of ~“seven...”~'s ~“hidden”~ in the book of ~“Revelation”~! WHY? NOW!(1948 ~“Israel”~ READ Ezekiel 33!) (Google “The Georgia Guidestones” Hwy.~“77”~!)

    May 12, 2013

  • Gayle J.

    Here's our July book:

    Sex & God, by Dr. Darryl Ray. It's a relatively new book; Dr. Ray's previous book was called The God Virus. Both are fabulous, but I think you'll really enjoy this one. It's about so much more than the title implies - it sheds light on every relationship we have. I met Darryl a couple of years ago at an atheist conference. He's as warm and open as he is smart and articulate. He is former clergy, and his background is in psychology and counseling. He founded Recovering from Religion, which has grown at an astonishing rate since he began it. (

    I'm going to do a little research before posting our discussion questions, but I'll post them right here as soon as I've prepared them. Let me know if you have any questions or comments. I'm looking forward to this discussion!

    May 12, 2013

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