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Updated 20 October 2016
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20 October: Agnostic haiku, a twelfth commandment, and celebrating Religious Fallacy Day (23 October) in A Miscellany; thoughts on believing on Jesus in Debate and Discourse; and recent Disqus comments on articles
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