Is it the one titled "Life Under the Control of Superstition"?
If so I read that! The irony is that a lot of us think that religion is a superstitious belief, and a lot of us think that it is the same as "the practice for which there appears to be no rational substance."
Although, it was a really good article on superstition, I think they left out a really important one.
I just read the article you mentioned. If that isn't the same thing as having a magician tell you that magic doesn't exist, or having a preacher tell you that there is no such thing as a preacher... then there is nothing else like that article, except in the minds of supersticious people telling others there is no such thing as superstition. That is, unless you consider *their* religion and their belief in God, which is anything *but* being superstitious ..."and let us tell you why."
What a crock of crap. ...and my brother is a Jehovahs witness, too.
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The ACA Lecture Series continues Sunday, December 8th at 12:15pm with activist Zack Kopplin talking about "Fighting Creationism in Louisiana and Now Texas". The lecture will be held at the Austin History Center, 9th and Guadalupe. The building opens at noon.