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> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: Wade T.Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > > Hi Bill Spight -
> > > >Anyway, learning is not necessary. :-)
> > > Non sequitur. A belief is a learned behavior, especially when taking
> > > definition into play. It's only when one speaks the truth that
> > > remembering is unnecessary, to paraphrase S. Clemens.
> > > To speak to the doubters of atheism (or science) from infancy, a child
> > > will examine to a cause, if it can, not create a fairy tale.
> > > But, if Grimm (or Qur'an, or Bible, or Mother Goose) is offered....
> > Hi Wade,
> > I am a little bit dazzled here.
> > If a child is learned to have no beliefs, in casu and for example to be
> > atheist, wouldn 't it than not mean that we have learned this kid a
> > believe!?
> > After all, learning there are no such things as beliefs, religions and
> > would be a " belief " in itself wouldn 't it !?
> > You can 't believe in nothing, if you do... you do believe !!
> > That 's how your mind works !!
> > Best regards,
> > Kenneth
> > ( I am, because we are) still ignorant
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