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Rob J Hyndman
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Professor of Statistics, Monash University, Australia
Professor of Statistics, Monash University, Australia

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Answering a few questions from Professor Galit Shmueli

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I was a Christian for nearly 30 years, and was well-known as a writer and Bible teacher within the Christadelphian community. I gave up Christianity when I no longer thought that there was sufficient evidence to support belief in the Bible.

This is a personal memoir describing my journey of deconversion. Until recently, I was regularly speaking at church conferences internationally, and my books are still used in Bible classes and Sunday Schools around the world. I even helped establish an innovative new church, which became a model for similar churches in other countries. Eventually I came to the view that I was mistaken, and that there was little or no evidence that the Bible was inspired or that God exists. In this book, I reflect on how I was fooled, and why I changed my mind.

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The FPP resources page (http://www.otexts.org/fpp/resources) has recently been updated with several new additions including

 * R code for all examples in the book. This was already available within each chapter, but the examples have been collected into one file per chapter to save copying and pasting the various code fragments.
 * Slides from a course on Predictive Analytics from the University of Sydney.
 * Slides from a course on Economic Forecasting from the University of Hawaii.

If any one using the book has other material that could be made available, please send them to me (Rob.Hyndman@monash.edu). For example, recorded lectures, slides, additional examples, assignments, exam questions, solutions, etc.

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The most awesome discovery of the week (so far!)
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