Thanks for your comments. I've never felt at home quite so quickly as I have on this 'ere forum.
I'm from the UK but have lived in many places throughout the world.
Steve2 asked what a Doltologist is. Well, a Dolt is a fool or a simpleton and a Doltologist is someone who studies them. So, basically, I study anyone who has a religion. Why? Well, I'm a member of Skeptics in the Pub. (no, we really do exist). We look at anything that takes our interest that relies on dogma, BS etc,. that either has no proof or proof that stands up in a court of law. My two main areas of interest are religion and so-called psychics. I just love arguing with religtards which I use as chew sticks. I find it fascinating just how much shit religtards can swallow. Does religin affect the gag reflex, one wonders? My area of special scientific interest is katlickers. I fail to see how a church where paedophilia is almost compulsory is so popular?
If anyone can direct me to a hard-core Jovie site, then I'm up for it. That said, I've been disappointed with the Jovies that I've met so far because they just ain't got the knowledge in depth and width that I expected them to have.
I'd expect a hard-core Jovie to be familiar with Hitchens, Dawkins, Krauss, CERN, MIT, M-theory and Carrier at least because those are the areas where they are vulnerable and likely to get hit really hard. But, no.
What surprises me is that science is closing in on riligin, and christardry in particular, at a rate of knots. The game may not be up - but the battle lines have been drawn and people are beginning to dig in, and lock and load. The next few years are gonna see more changes in riligin than have taken place in its entire history.
I'll give ya an example. It seems to me that Carrier, especially, puts forward a very strong case that jesus never existed and was actually a mythical figure that existed long before jesus of nazareth and dwelt in the heavens and had fights about good and evil with the devil in outer space just below the moon. For those not familiar with his work, I suggest you kop a look on Youtube and maybe read some of his books.