Churches 1

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Russian Orthodox
Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Church, Toronto. March 2004.

St. Basils
St. Basils Church, St. Michaels College, Toronto. March 2004.

Church at Bloor Street and Avenue Road, Toronto
Church at corner of Bloor Street and Avenue Road, Toronto. September 1999.

Knox Presbyterian Church
Knox Presbyterian Church on Spadina Avenue, Toronto. May 1998.

Church on Roncesvalles, Toronto
Roman Catholic Church on Roncesvalles Avenue, Toronto. May 2001.

Church in Parkdale, Toronto
Parkdale Neighborhood Church on Queen Street West in Parkdale. May 2001.

Hungarian Evangelical Church
Hungarian Reformed Evangelical Christian Church. July 2001.

German Lutheran Church on College Street, Toronto
St Georgs German Lutheran Church on College Street, Toronto. May 1999.

Church behind Eaton Center, Toronto
Church at Trinity Square, behind Eaton Center, Toronto. May 1998.

Church in Parkdale, Toronto
Anglican church in Parkdale. May 2001.

St Patricks Catholic Church
St Patrick's Catholic Church "the Redemptorists". July 2001.

Church in Parkdale, Toronto
Gospel Light Tabernacle Church of God Inc. on Queen Street West in Parkdale. May 2001.

Salvation Army building, West Queen West
Sign on side of Salvation Army building on Queen Street West. May 2001.


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Tom Harpur, Toronto Star, August 4, 2002.

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Carl Sagan.

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Steve Allen.

"It was, of course, a lie which you read about my religious convictions, a lie which is being systematically repeated. I do not believe in a personal God and I have never denied this but have expressed it clearly. If something is in me which can be called religious then it is the unbounded admiration for the structure of the world so far as science can reveal it."
Albert Einstein.