It would appear that Chris is trying to create the impression that he has reached a spiritual crossroads. I must ask, why do you create the impression of an impending change in your course of conduct and standards of conduct, when you are well known for duplicity and in some cases multiplicity?
Such ethical considerations dictate the character and tenure of all relations.
We have already discovered that there is nothing on the planet quite as stubborn as an atheist nor is there anything less respected. The opinions of atheists are of course severely biased, in many cases to such an extent that peer review, disciplinary action, termination, litigation, and sometimes criminal prosecution, are well in order.
The issue of atheism in the medical profession is that severe. That is why atheists so very rarely become physicians: we have learned over the long course of events that atheists are never to be trusted, particularly with the lives and care of patients.
If you have had a genuine change of heart then state what took place and we can potentially consider admitting you to our fellowship. If your rationale is not sufficient to fully demonstrate a complete change of heart then we must presume that you remain as you were before: a proselyting atheist with a bitter grudge against Jesus Christ that borders on the call to genocide. Your stated views against Jews are equally severe leading us to conclude that your claims of atheism are merely a ruse to make militant and extremist Islam seem less unpalatable.
Such misconduct is unbefitting any professional.
Let us hope for your sake that you can provide a convincing answer backed up by observable actions that leave no question of your actual intentions.
have you ever provided a convincing answer backed up by observable actions stressed/rocmike3/hairybiker/miguel/dr. kelly?
In any case, I will not, because it was sarcasm...
Eventually we all reach a crossroads. Life is short but hardly meaningless. It ends eventually. These are the times when we look back and think what we did and why we did it.
It is all right. I lived long enough, had a family who love me, made a good career, brought myself up from humble beginnings. I have kept the faith and look forward to the adventure to come.
We all arrive here eventually. Were it not for the Grace of God I would be nothing.
This sounds as if something is wrong. Hopefully that is not the case despite our disagreements.
Ahhhh, Rock Mike, you are beginning to frighten people. Is this something to do with your work?
Dr. Kelly can you sound any more like your Rocmike, Stressed and other aliases?