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15th Jul 2005, 14:33  

kel says:

er... that they arrange humanist funeral services?

(i had an offer of one when arranging my mum's from a family friend, but declined)

15th Jul 2005, 14:35

Marx says:

for religion is the opiate of the masses

15th Jul 2005, 14:38

Joe says:

or lack thereof

15th Jul 2005, 14:39

taniwha says:

It's a non-religous gig - no prayers, no hymns, no talk of the after life ... mostly celebration of the deceased's life ...

15th Jul 2005, 14:48

coco says:

If you go inside, there's a vicar with a gun.

15th Jul 2005, 14:48

Joe says:

we're having a humanist wedding, as we're both atheist, and feel it would be hypocritical to do anything else.

15th Jul 2005, 14:54

kel, not logged in says:

(applauds joe and shoes for not being hypocritical)

I have had pointless arguments about that sort of thing before.

15th Jul 2005, 15:08

kostika says:

I got married in the lovely (no sarcasm) registry office in Basingtoke for the same kind of reasons. I'm not religious and husband is an atheist. Completely humanist type "vows" and ceremony. Was really nice.

15th Jul 2005, 15:10

seaneeboy says:


No point in doing something to make it more relevant to other people if it'll take away the reasons and point for you.

15th Jul 2005, 15:12

Lyzardly says:

I am hoping to have my wedding performed by a friend, if he decides to become a clergy member for The Universal Church Triumphant of the Apathetic Agnostic.

Otherwise, we'll be humanist-ing it too.

15th Jul 2005, 15:13

agnostic says:

I thought about being an agnostic but I'm just not sure.

15th Jul 2005, 15:43

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