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GUEST,Musket evolving slowly BS: Militant atheism has become a religion p (1845* d) RE: BS: Militant atheism has become a religion p 24 Sep 13

The Church of the Naivety is indeed a broad church. ...

A word to the wise. Don't go telling pete "he isn't intolerant like the fundamental Christians. " pete does have to live with himself you know. ...

Ok. Our nautical friend has found a loose Chink in what he thinks is the armour of his straw man. I shall attempt to humour him although I doubt he will see any humour.

Overcoming intolerance and fundamentalism sounds good to me. I doubt it amounts to being a religion though. For that you need an imaginary friend to be grateful to and vulnerable children and adults to teach it to.

No. I admire his crusade. Advancing scientific discovery and throwing scorn on those who seek to control others. .. yeah. I fail to see how that is wrong on an intellectual level.

Oh... wrong level. Wrong sailor. Bugger.

Stringsinger. I know de Waal doesn't own a tambourine. I've known it for some time but let Jerk the Sea cadet think he is so bloody clever and original in his posts. Jerk started the original thread quoting de Waal in order to provoke an opportunity to discredit Dawkins in the way his church tells it's members to.

He just assumed nobody would notice his deniability of the de Waal article by saying it doesn't represent his own views.


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