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Post Father’s Day thoughts

I don’t have a lot of early memories. There was actually a day I distinctly remember leaving my bedroom and walking into the living room not having a clue where I was and not remembering anything from before waking up. … Continue reading

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I was a Seventh-day Adventist Christian

I’m a former Christian. I have had a hard time calling myself an atheist, but for the normal definition of the word, I am. It’s been an interesting journey out of Christianity. One that would take far too long to describe … Continue reading

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Seventh-day Adventist University denies fundraising for LGBT org because of policies…

I found out tonight that my alma mater Andrews University, a Seventh-day Adventist university told the unofficial LGBT student organization (AULL4One) that they could not hold a fundraiser on campus for Project Fierce, an organization that houses LGBT homeless youth. … Continue reading

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Atheist Analysis’ podcast appreciating International Women’s Day

This evening I listened to Atheist Analysis’ podcast appreciating International Women’s Day. Here is the link to their blog for this podcast. You can see a detailed bio on each of the guests (some of the bios are for women who … Continue reading

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Writing my autobiography

I’ve decided to write my autobiography. It’s a mix between autobiography and a book about why I left religion. I’m still at the planning and research stage. But I have started a little bit of the writing. A lot of … Continue reading

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Equal Rights Amendment

When people see Equal Rights Amendment or ERA, they think of the pretty much forgotten amendment to the constitution that would have given women the same constitutional rights as men. Not enough states ratified it so it fell to the … Continue reading

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Sitting in a coffee shop…

I’m currently sitting in a coffee shop in my city. I’ve got Spanish language books around me and I just sent out a message on Facebook asking for support about writing a cover letter for a potential job. This whole … Continue reading

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