Note (8/25/2001 [updated 6/28/2004]): reference to: at age 66 [69], after much formal and self education, many experiences, years of research on Christianism ("Christianity") and Freethought expression, etc.— I will try to pause—with my transmitted research.

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"Did you go yourself and examine this, or how do you know?" [1].

[Added 9/8/2005] "There is no end to our researches; our end is in the other world. c[c = written between 1588-92, published 1595 (John Holyoake, Montaigne, Essais, 1983)] It is a sign of contraction of the mind when it is content, or of weariness. A spirited mind never stops within itself; it is always aspiring and going beyond its strength; it has impulses beyond its power of achievement." [Montaigne 1533 - 1592, essay III:13, tr. by Frame, "Of experience"].