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n-atheist
Aug 27 2008
a christian proud of his "empty mind"

The coach of the US Olympic archery team was quoted in a recent NY Times article. I know that this doesn't come out sounding quite as he had intended, and as someone who hates being misquoted I am sympathetic for how bad he must feel about the way it came out. But, since I am not sympathetic to his attempts to use his job as a means to proselytize his religion to young athletes, I still think it is pretty funny!

According to the New York Times (in this article):

To be an effective archer, Lee said, athletes must learn to clear their heads and focus. “If you are Christian,” he said, “then people can have that kind of empty mind.”

U4R1A
Jan 30 2009
Re: a christian proud of his "empty mind"

Nice... Sad but semi true ...

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