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RE: [humanism-174] Aha!

From: Marni H.
Sent on: Thursday, August 2, 2007 12:19 AM


If you click on the “messages” tab on our group meetup site, you can see ALL the dialogue that’s gone on from day one. It’s a good way to see what some of our more active members are like. The majority of us are indeed Atheists & Agnostics- some of the dialogue would probably be considered blasphemy by the very religious. However, for a Freethinker, is there such a thing as blasphemy? I think not!

We’re not looking to convert anyone… and we certainly aren’t looking for anyone to try and convert us. We’re all searching for answers to the universal questions, are we not?

We look forward to your input…




From: [address removed] [mailto:[address removed]] On Behalf Of Todd Maher
Sent: Wednesday, August 01, 2007 11:55 PM
To: [address removed]
Subject: RE: [humanism-174] Aha!


That's cool. Us Libertarians believe that people should worship how they please. I think it's the point of free thinking. Also, we believe that if a group wants to be exclusive, they should be able to keep their group the way they wish.

Regarding your Brahman question, my wife is sleeping right now. We're expecting late December/ early January. I am only as familiar with Buddhism as she has taught me.

When I discuss freethinking ideas, mine are usually along my religious dialogue or my political views, which some call radical, others call extreme. Me, I call them founding father material. Ok, now that I am done being full of myself, we can move on to topic. Sorry for not adding to the conversation, but it was nice to see some of the back and forth amongst the group.


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Asst. Organizer, Cleveland Ron Paul 2008 Meetup
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