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About Me

I am a practicing Christian brought up in the traditions of the southern baptist church. As an adult I have continued to practice my faith, but have discovered that the world is more gray and fuzzy than black and white as I understood as a child. I have since developed a strong internal desire to rectify my knowledge of science and how the world works with my faith.

Thus, I am interested in Science, Christianity, Theology and Religion as well as the interactions and overlap between them. I have discovered that Reasons to Believe satisfies my longing for a unified worldview that encompasses both halves of me – a rigorous, testable scientific approach to the world and an intelligent, faith-based belief system.

I also attempt to maintain my library of books (which needs updating) through LibraryThing.

You can find out more about me by visiting the About Me pages on my other sites.

My Web Sites

My Wife’s Site

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Comments

1. Jessica Thomas - March 17, 2009

Daniel, you are correct. It was the URL’s. Two URL’s in a post triggers the spam blocker. I’m not sure why I have that turned on, actually. I don’t normally tend to my blog while I’m at work, but I went ahead and removed those two posts and approved your other ones. They are out there now. I welcome comments. No prob. 🙂

2. Salty - July 30, 2009

Daniel Smith

I received the following e-mail on 5/6/2009 at 12:05:42 pm: “Subject: Daniel Smith wants to keep up with you on Twitter.” Was this contact from you?

Salty

3. dsmith77 - July 30, 2009

Re: Salty

It wasn’t me that I’m aware of though I do have a Twitter account now.
I used the automatic import feature. Could that have been it?

Daniel Smith is a relatively common name. I once got a spam message
from Debbie Smith thinking it was from my mother!


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