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I love My Non-Christian Friends

In English it means: I love My Non-Christian Friends. (i am christian but it's not my choose)
Apr 9, 2013
SteveInCO left a comment for Kakha Giorgashvili
" Why you left your religion. fail at every steps. I do not believe anyone has every put it this well in four words before.  Welcome. "
Apr 9, 2013
Kakha Giorgashvili is now a member of Think Atheist
Apr 8, 2013

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Your Religious Status
Secular/Nonreligious/Agnostic
About Me:
born to live and not born to die?
Age
19-24
Relationship Status
Single
Why are you here?
i want to now more...
The religion you left
Christian
Why you left your religion.
fail at every steps.
Think Atheist Travel Network Couch Availability - Are you able to host anyone now?
No
Skype username:
ka13rock
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twitter.com/kakha13
How did you hear about Think Atheist?
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At 9:03am on April 9, 2013, SteveInCO said…
Why you left your religion.
fail at every steps.
I do not believe anyone has every put it this well in four words before.  Welcome.
 
 
 

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