August 6, 2013
I've been a passionate freethinker since 1962. single,retired, a reader of heavy non-fiction, a builder, a joker and a student of life, jazz and blues, trains and following sports.
When Scott Rhoades uses the term "community", he means it. Religion has always been a social matter. Why should freethinkers not also need a similar social aspect to their lives? I a finding the members to be very diverse in many ways, generally well-informed, pleasant conversationalists who are ready to exercise the very human need to be involved in groups, and feel "community".