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Posted by Whittier on December 16, 2003 02:01:51 UTC

William wrote to Secretary on this open forum
"Thank you for answering. Could you comment on other things too? Thanks."

He has, William. Are you going to bring out the
honest person in a person who wrote the following bales of stuff?
Secretary wrote ”I'm Anonymous Because You Won't Answer My Question or anybody else's. You make statements that you cannot back up when they are questioned. You are just a bag of hot wind, incapable of a lucid conversation because you cannot respond directly to anyone. You constantly sidetrack to avoid issues. Why not think before you post. Then they would not raise so many questions."
ReallY? Is that any reason to be “anonymous?”
This was posted. What was his answer?
Rawson wrote:
God Knows Who I Am And What I Am and he is pleased
In the third line at,
Rawson wrote:
I am an atheist

The dictionary definition of Atheist” seems to make Secretary’s claims into a 100% self-contradiction
Or see:
Rawson wrote: Pearson Said I Was A Quaker Not I. So he must be the liar.

Rawson had written::
I just live in Whittier's home town, and being in the same religion,

Just to be sure, I went back to the sources:
The First Words are “The Religious Society of Friends”

And in Whittier's Autobiography, in Letter form
Found at
Whittier himself writes.
Amesbury, 5th Mo., 1882Dear Friend :—I am asked in thy note of this morning to give some account of my life. (and a little later:”As a member of the Society of Friends, I …”

But Secretary, having claimed to teach about Whittier’s life and work,
should already know Whittier was a Quaker. So what was Secretary’s answer to all this? See his post in the archives in reply:

at Secretary explained:
“John Geanleaf Whittier Was A Quaker Not John Greenleaf Whittier
My big mistake”

Okay, William.

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