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7 thoughts on “Guest Book

  1. I would love to be updated on your events. I have a busy summer, but plan to join you in the fall. This is a wonderful idea. Good article in the paper today.

    1. Thanks, Laura! Glad you like the idea and article. We will look forward to meeting you at an event this fall. I added you to our email list. Have a great day.

  2. Hello. I am a skeptic in Charleston, WV, who enjoys studying the Bible from a critical point of view, discovering contradictions, and discussing my findings with others. To get an idea of what I’m talking about, see,, and (these are Google searches of sites that I contribute to, which will take you to my posts). If anyone shares my interests, please contact me at johnny5782000/at/yah oo/dot/com. Feel free to share this with your members.

    John Kesler

    1. Hi John, it’s nice to hear from another local skeptic! Thanks for reaching out. We would love to meet you at one of our events, such as our upcoming Thanksgiving potluck on November 21. Just get in touch if you have any questions or would like to be added to our email list. Also, we are on various social media if you want to connect with our members that way.

      – Anna Eplin, Chairperson

      1. Thank you, Anna. If you know anyone who you think shares my interest in the Bible, I’d be grateful if you’d contact me at the email address above, or feel free to give him/her my contact information. I’ll keep the Thanksgiving dinner in mind.


        1. I don’t know off the top of my head if any of our members are especially interested in biblical criticism, but I’m sure many of them at least have a basic interest in the topic. I’m sure you would fit in well at our potluck or other events.

        2. Also, John, it just occurred to me: you might find even more likeminded people through the other Charleston-area skeptic group, the Kanawha Valley Atheists and Agnostics Meetup group. Here’s the link: They mainly get together at restaurants and talk/socialize. Perhaps in part because they are a more male-dominated group than this one, they tend to attract more people who enjoy discussing religion, philosophy, and related topics—maybe sometimes including biblical criticism. I would suggest that you check them out and attend one of their meetups. But I still hope you come to our events, too! (Many of our members belong to both groups, by the way.)

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