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|Quote (noncarborundum @ April 06 2011,16:48)|
|Quote (Kristine @ April 06 2011,15:55)|
|Quote (Ptaylor @ April 05 2011,23:45)|
|Gil displays a little irritation at the way the “Atheists Don’t Have No Songs” comments are heading:|
...because he wants to say something he hasn't said before...
|I just got back from a rehearsal at our church playing piano with the many talented musicians in our worship team, in preparation for next Sunday’s service. This is such a joyful and life-enriching experience (which the atheist will never comprehend or experience), not just for the praise music but for the fellowship among us. At every rehearsal we have a time of prayer and share our personal lives and struggles with each other.|
As a former Dawkins-style atheist I can offer the following observations: Atheism is hopelessly irrational and illogical. It is soul destroying.
...for at least a week.
Yeah, right. Because as a former pianist myself who, like Dawkins, sang in choir, and as a dancer who started at age practically zero singing in my crib (according to witnesses), I hate music about as much as the St.-Matthews-Passion-enjoying Dawkins does.
What a childish comment, even for Gilligan.
I just got back from a solo recital, singing with the many talented musicians in my voice teacher's studio. This is such a joyful and life-enriching experience, not just for the music but for the fellowship among us. After every recital we have a time of wine and cheese and sharing our personal lives and struggles with each other.
As a former C.S. Lewis-style Christian I can offer the following observation: Gil Dodgen is a git.
I thought we atheists had all the songs that don't mention God.
...after reviewing the arguments, Iâ€™m inclined to believe that the critics of ENCODEâ€™s bold claim were mostly right, and that the proportion of our genome which is functional is probably between 10 and 20%. --Vincent Torley, uncommondescent.com 1/1/2016