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From: Zero Powers (zero_powers@hotmail.com)
Date: Sat Jun 17 2000 - 01:37:29 MDT

>From: Spike Jones <spike66@ibm.net>
>Natasha wrote:
> >Reminded me of some of my thoughts on that *glooorious* day I looked up
> >from the pew where I was sitting, bellowed out a final tune, walked down
>Corbally wrote:
> > Was this the moment you put aside religion? I'm intrigued...
> > religion was something I did in a pretty protracted manner.
>Me too Natasha, I am intrigued. You should write about it and put
>it on your website. The process you describe took me about three
>years and I went kicking and screaming every tiny step along the
>difficult way. I *liked* being religious, I had no problems with the
>church or anyone in it. The more I studied it, the more I just kept
>getting more and more convinced, against my will, that none of my
>belief system was true. spike

Yep. That's exactly how I left the faith -- kicking and screaming and
fearing for my immortal soul. Come to think of it, its taken me almost
exactly three years too.


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--Thomas Jefferson

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