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23 Responses to Contact

  1. Anton A. Hill says:

    Hey Ethan,

    Just wanted to say thanks for your Penn Jillette comment of a few days ago and I’m adding you to my Friends page. You should expect a whopping couple more hits a year through the exposure. 🙂



    • Ethan Hill says:

      Thanks Anton,
      Penn Jillette is amazing, I printed his picture out and put him on my wall :-). Every whopping couple of hits counts! Best of luck with your blog, I think it is great.


  2. Anton A. Hill says:

    Hey Ethan,

    Thanks! I’ve never checked my Alexa rank, but I’m pretty sure I’m somewhere near My goal has always been to add a voice to the atheist cacophony. It’s my vanity that wants more. 🙂



  3. hi ethan! thank your for “liking” my article. we also run a weekly podcast we’d love to mention your blog and have you for a phone interview sometime! . i def. like the info you have on here! keep it up! nothing is more powerful than knowledge and information.

  4. Mike@UsneakydevilU says:

    Thanks for the stop by usneakydevilu! lol.
    I’ll check in to see what you have to say.

  5. dabaudoin says:

    Thanks for following my blog. I look forward to reading yours–what I’ve read so far strikes me as intelligent and interesting. (I’m a former Catholic, too, and yes, it’s like a cult.)

  6. I would just like to thank you for following my blog! I was honored to think that someone thought I was good enough to follow! I will definitely be following yours! I agree that social injustices, both domestic and abroad, is a serious issue.

  7. Interesting stuff about Christianity. There is an interesting book by a man named Tom Harpur called The Pagan Christ. He was born a Baptist, became an Anglican minister and then became a religion columnist for The Toronto Star newspaper. In his book he starts off trying to show that Jesus was just a man and not the Son of God etc… In the end, he comes to the conclusion that Jesus Christ never even existed as a person. He’s open about the fact that his conclusions were both inadvertent and unexpected, and more than a little devastating given his religious background.

    In a nutshell: Roman times were literate times and there is no Roman record of anybody resembling Jesus (death on the crucifix would have been for a poltiical crime and so would have been recorded); the story of Jesus mirrors dozens of other myths in history(identically), some of them thousands of years old and, as such, is just a retelling of the same story; the Gospels themselves are all written well after the alleged Jesus would have lived and, given their time, were clearly written, not as history, but as parables or stories.

    It’s strange how what is essentially an urban myth could have so completely dominated millions of peoples lives for centuries. Such is life here on Earth.

    • Wayne says:

      That is not true.

      Several Roman Emperors gave orders referencing Jesus and his ‘cult.’

      Maybe you should read a little from the original sources instead of from pop literature.

      Jesus lived, died, and many of us belief he rose again. If you want to argue that, then argue the truth.

      Not another progressive lie from Big Brother.


  8. LifeWithChad says:

    have u seen Thrive?

  9. LifeWithChad says:

    so if u go to church w ur parents does that mean u celebrate jesus holidays w them as well?

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