De-Conversion

I found this blog through various means — I can’t remember whose I went to that linked me there, but then I discovered that the post Don’t Ask Me to Read Your Holy Book was one of the WordPress.com top posts.  I read the post, but better yet, I read the blog.

Go check it out for yourself. 

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2 thoughts on “De-Conversion

  1. Pingback: A Carnival on Holy Books: To Read or Not To Read « de-conversion

  2. Pingback: A Commentary on De-Conversion « de-conversion

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