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15/09/2011

Faithful Liberalism

If I had to explain my views on faith I would try to come up with something like this...


What David Usher says is reasonable, plain speaking, gentle, and respectful. And unlike the stereotypical free-thinker, he is not wooly, doesn't go round the houses, and avoids being breathy!

David Usher has a written version here also.

1 comment:

Christine L. Slocum said...

Thank you for sharing this!

I generally avoid videos online, but I'm glad I watched this one.