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At 09:30 2002-09-12 +1200, andrew wrote:

>On 09/11 13:19  bnathyuw wrote:
>
> > what do some of the non-atheists on the list have to
> > say on this ?
> >
>Now there's a definition of a word waiting to coined.  With the
>increasing marginalisation of religion in the First World a word
>defining the school of thought that mythopoeic being(s) exist,
>particularly as a focus of worldview, could be useful.

What about _theist_?  Is that somehow unconvenient?

>I keep a journal, and most of it, for 6 years, has been written in a
>personal language based on 'Wordcraft' and 'A Concise Anglo-Saxon
>Dictionary'.

Please, tell more, and give a sample, please!


/BP 8^)>
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