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Re: [bostonatheists] Getting a seat at the table

From: Scott
Sent on: Saturday, April 20, 2013 4:10 PM
>> "The President's presence conveyed the message that only the faithful
>> can speak meaningfully about morality and tragedy."
>> -Will

On 4/20/2013 4:01 PM, Alec Lowry wrote:
> I would say that atheists have considerably better morals than "the
> faithful".  We atheists do not base our morals on proclamations from
> ancient humans who purported to speak for non-existent sky daddies.

Right, but the President's presence and our exclusion sent the message
that they count, we don't.

`-- c8 ]

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