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Sunday, October 30, 2005 

Why I'm not an atheist

I could write it all down myself, but I'm lazy and thankfully John Scalzi has saved me the effort.

Wow, that is a really fantastic piece.

It's scary how often Scalzi writes what I'm thinking.

Choosing to dis-prove god exists has always been a fools errand.

Believe what you want to believe, not what is forced upon you.

Such is the only choice.

It's logically impossible to prove an unconditional negative!

Very cool essay. Thanks for linking to it.

Hey, can I add you to my blogroll?

Of course! I've been meaning to add you to mine for a while now.

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