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 Shall we extend this discussion into Nov. too?
Please order your copy of "The Grand Design" so that you can start reading and participating in that discussion in Nov. and Dec. as soon as that forum opens up.

The discussion of "The Evolution of God" is pretty lively. Shall we extend this to November too?

I am in communication with Robert Wright and the possibility of a live chat is there.


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Post Re: Shall we extend this discussion into Nov. too?
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Please order your copy of "The Grand Design" so that you can start reading and participating in that discussion in Nov. and Dec. as soon as that forum opens up.

The discussion of "The Evolution of God" is pretty lively. Shall we extend this to November too?

I am in communication with Robert Wright and the possibility of a live chat is there.


Certainly I am taking my time reading Wright's book. I still have about 180 pages to go, but I reckon I can finish up by the end of October. I do want to participate in The Grand Design.


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Post Re: Shall we extend this discussion into Nov. too?
Chris, it doesn't look as though we need another month. If people who havent' been able to paticipate are planning to jump in later, I might change my mind.



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I would be open to another month. I did read the first chapter but have not been able to participate much yet. I don't know if people are sick of the book yet, or not. :)



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I would love to discuss the book Grand Design. I haven't started it yet, but I do have a copy of the Grand Design.



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