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"In all seriousness, I really do wish that Sagan's writings were included in public h…"

Reggie replied Mar 20, 2010 to What to read next

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"I never could get into my CFI or Humanist magazines. Most of that material I can get…"

Reggie replied Mar 16, 2010 to What to read next

6 Mar 20, 2010
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"Still reading it. I have been too busy lately to get through it quickly."

Reggie replied Oct 7, 2009 to The Greatest Show on Earth: The Evidence For Evolution by Richard Dawkins

6 Dec 27, 2009
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"Thanks for the review!"

Reggie replied Sep 17, 2009 to The New Atheism: Taking a Stand for Science and Reason by Victor Stenger

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"I like to annoy guests! I suppose I will add to the ever growing queue of books in m…"

Reggie replied Aug 7, 2009 to Freethinkers: A History of American Secularism by Susan Jacoby

3 Aug 7, 2009
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"I heard Guy Harrison being interviewd on a podcast (SGU, I think?) about this book."

Reggie replied Jul 29, 2009 to 50 Reasons People Give For Believing in a god

6 Aug 1, 2009
Reply by Matt

"Looks like a good read!"

Reggie replied Jul 29, 2009 to Freethinkers: A History of American Secularism by Susan Jacoby

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"I've never really read any Terry Brooks. My favorite fantasy authors are Robert Jord…"

Reggie replied Jul 23, 2009 to I recently read a good fantasy novel with some serious atheism themes in it.

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