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April 15, 2009


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you said it, girlfriend.

Thank you Jennifer. You nailed it, once again. Stacey

Thanks you for this

Dear Jennifer: I am a current Fellow at the Center for Inquiry. I would really appreciate your sending me the e-mail address most appropriate for my sending you my last summer's lectures, because I think you will be interested in my narrative thesis about naturalism. This summer my topic is "Matters of Energy:In Relationship With Religion." I plan to explore students' feelings (not often explicitly acknowledged by men in the secular humanist movement) about leaving religion/confirming one's atheism. And my own: I will discuss how my father's commiting suicide while I was a doubting 12 year old in church affected my current worldview. I would like to establish closer ties to prominent women writing and speaking in our field.
Best regards, Judy Walker
Wellesley '73, University of Colorado School of Law '77

Jennifer: Luddite that I am, I just realized that you would not see my e-mail address on my post! If you like, you may get my contact information from Nathan Bupp, Tom Flynn, or John Shook at the Center for Inquiry.
Regards again, Judy

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as I enter
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