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Front Porch Philosophy is the practice of inviting friends over to one's house for the explicit activity of drinking a few beers and discussing philosophical and spiritual topics. Coined by the Colorado journalist Stephanie DeCamp, the phrase can also be used to define a series of conversations held by a recurring host.
This week I decided to invite a former street-preacher, an atheist nanny and an acupuncturist over to my balcony for some Front-Porch Philosophy. I think the goal will be to discuss anything but religion.
by justanotherravenclaw July 29, 2011

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