From: Mayayana <mayayana@invalid.nospam>
Subject: Re: I am looking for a photo of the Soul
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Subject: Re: I am looking for a photo of the Soul
Date: Wed, 27 Dec 2017 09:30:17 -0500
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<brandy009@thenet.non> wrote

| If doctors so not have a picture of the soul, and religious leaders keep
| talking about souls, but cant provide a picture of one. I am a little
| confused and even sort of skeptical if there really is a soul. And if
| there isn't one, those religious people are wasting a lot of time trying
| to save something that dont even exist.

  You don't have any case until you produce a photo
of your doubt.

  You want to criticize religious literalists, but only
because you think like them. The religious literalists
vs the New Atheists. Who needs reason when you
have dogma, right?