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The nakedpastor is drawing graffiti all over the walls of religion. 

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David started a blog called nakedpastor in 2006, and initiated his public analysis of religion, religious community and spirituality through his writings, art and cartoons. Thousands of people are challenged and entertained by nakedpastor every day.

In 2012, David launched The Lasting Supper, and online resource site and community for the spiritually independent.

His art, cartoons, writings and book have found their way all around the world.

In short, he is the nakedpastor.

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He is a graffiti artist on the walls of religion.

David lives with his wife Lisa on the beautiful Kennebecasis River near Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada. They have 3 grown children close by.

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How many of you have been controlled in this manner; and also with the threat of hell?
How many of you reject being controlled in both of these manners?
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Sometimes, the first step towards forgiveness is realising the other person was born an idiot...

Don't you think?
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Being considered crazy by those who are still victims of cultural conditioning is a compliment.
Don't you agree?
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Do you agree with Sam Harris? Is Religion the most dangerous and divisive ideology we ever produced?
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When I entered Religion's cage, I went in like a lamb.
But when I escaped, I escaped like a lion.
Did it happen like that for you too?
The lion cowers not. I came in like a lamb. I will go out like a lion. For so many years I complied. For so long I restrained myself under the constraints of the expectations and demands of others. In order to keep their peace I kept my tongue. This, I was told, this, I was taught, ...
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Never argue with the willfully uneducated, the willfully ignorant, or the fundamentally religious.
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It’s been 100 years since the theory of general relativity was published by Einstein - but what is general relativity? 
In simple terms, it's this:
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Solitude and loneliness are not the same thing.
I was solitary when I left Religion, but not always lonely.
And the solitude was a balm for my bruised soul.
Was it the same for you?
I abandoned everyone. I therefore felt abandoned. Because I was. I became solitary. Like a hermit. Solitude is lonely. It's supposed to be. But sometimes the loneliness is felt so severely like a cold fog seeping into the marrow of your bones. solitary. But solitude and loneliness are not the ...
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Apart from being one of the most revered scientists to ever live, Albert Einstein (1879-1955) was also an active supporter of various social causes such as the early American civil rights movement. He was and continues to be uniquely of science and of popular culture.
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Have you ever been accused of being distant (or distracted and uncommitted) because you have a constant need to think about the machinations of things? Did your religious community see thought as a bad thing?
Mine did.
Sometimes I process things by talking about it. Or writing. Articulating it helps me know what it is. Words smith what I'm thinking into shape. One of my most common coping mechanisms is to go distant. distant. Ever since I was a child I remember being told that. “You're distant!” ...
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The top 10 skills children learn from an Arts education, and why the Arts are important in the curriculum:
Why The Arts are important in Education and why we must keep them at the heart of it.
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Which do you prefer... The old 10 commandments, or these new ones? And why/ why not?
Hearing that Jesus had silenced the Sadducees when they were banging on about who would be married to whom after the resurrection, the Pharisees got together (both groups liked nothing better than to test Jesus, except for their dogma that is), one of the Pharisees, an expert in the law, ...
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