Amie R L
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Amie R L commented on Andrew Lafont's blog post 'Defeating the Bible--One Chapter at a Time (Genesis Chapter 2) Part 2'
"Delete Comment NICK... The second version (or the less known version), is this included in the Torah? I would think not, since the largest contribution made by Judaism is monotheism. Are you refering to the use of eloheem- as a plural to state…"
Feb 19, 2010
noreligionblog and Amie R L are now friends
Feb 11, 2010
Jean Marie commented on Amie R L's blog post 'Too Many Whatchamacallits... Oh what to do, what to do?'
"Sounds like this would be interesting, maybe you'd wanna consider changing font color to white or something, so it can be read?"
Feb 11, 2010
Amie R L posted a blog post

Too Many Whatchamacallits... Oh what to do, what to do?

In the beginning god having created the heavens needed company, so he created the angels. However, this was done with little foresight, and after a while god was still lonely. Thinking to “him”-self pondered, “I wonder what I have to do now to feel genuinely loved and needed, these angels only praise me because they have to.” So, he made up as many words as possible and with each a new creature was flung into existence, all on a place called earth. After hours and hours and then days of making…See More
Feb 11, 2010
Amie R L commented on Andrew Lafont's blog post 'Defeating the Bible--One Chapter at a Time (Genesis Chapter 2) Part 2'
"Thank you for your practical interpretation of the sacred text. The notion of it being “sacred” is what makes all the contradictions melt away, but if you look closely it has made the entire collection fuzzy. Those you believe the words…"
Feb 11, 2010
Amie R L and Graham E. Lau are now friends
Feb 11, 2010
Amie R L is now a member of Think Atheist
Feb 10, 2010

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Atheist
About Me:
On my way to grad school studying Sociology with a focus on religion and culture.
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25-30
Why are you here?
Good conversation and make like-minded friends.
The religion you left
Christian
Why you left your religion.
After I knocked one domino down the rest fell along with it.
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Too Many Whatchamacallits... Oh what to do, what to do?

Posted on February 11, 2010 at 4:30pm 0 Comments

In the beginning god having created the heavens needed company, so he created the angels. However, this was done with little foresight, and after a while god was still lonely. Thinking to “him”-self pondered, “I wonder what I have to do now to feel genuinely loved and needed, these angels only praise me because they have to.” So, he…

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