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Old 02-22-2007, 10:51 AM   #29
scarlett75
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Originally Posted by birdbrain
For the most part I would consider myself agnostic, and I think the definition of that term pretty much explains it all. However, I have a very bright, independent 15 yo DD who is exploring this issue on her own, which is fine w/ her father and me. Because she is a very logical young lady, she is open to reading material regarding all viewpoints...currently reading "Surprised by Joy" by C.S. Lewis. If it's ok w/ the rest of you, I'd like to have her read your thoughts here as well. I, too, am looking forward to hearing what you have to say.
I may have my daughter start posting here, too. She has a SCS handle- awesome_possum. She's 12 and has already done some writing on what it means to be an atheist's child.
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