Monday, October 17, 2011

Be a part of the Book of Faith network

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  1. You know, religion, the more I look at it, seems a little more ridiculous and desperate and irrelevant every day.
    There are some good memories; mainly a lot of dull nothings and I'm glad I'm out of it.

  2. I'm glad to see you've chosen a legitimate religion, worshipping Nixon! :) Seriously, though, of all the options out there, after following Christ, I think atheism is a pretty solid choice. I'm with you. I just happen to be convinced that Jesus is worth following, and life in him is life-giving.

    Thanks for reading the blog, perhaps especially thank you for reading a blog on topics you disagree with. That shows grace and large-mindedness on your part, Nixon.