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My Favorite Atheist was a New Yorker

During a minor internet search, in which I was hoping to glean assorted information on the Piltdown Man, I encountered the following item. And I had to laugh, partly because I was ashamed for not ever having heard of it, … Continue reading

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Reincarnation? Life After Death?

I am not ashamed to identify myself as a listener of Coast-to-Coast AM. Often I sit at night in my bed, reading and writing as I listen to the program as it lulls me off in to the land of … Continue reading

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Contagion: Evangelized by Mail, Part II

I had to go by and check my post office box again: This is getting frightening, they’re everywhere!

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Contagion: Evangelized by Mail

I went to check my post office box the other day and was surprised to find a book waiting for me. “That’s funny,” I thought, “I don’t recall ordering anything.” After examining the item I quickly realized, I’d been smitten, … Continue reading

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Does Being Lucky Equate Proof of the Supernatural?

I had a rather troubling week in which I kept losing things because of my absentmindedness. On Monday, I left my notebook on a desk and walked right out of the classroom. I can’t describe the importance of this notebook. … Continue reading

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