Here are two must read articles. Both are from the UK. The first is an obviously anti-faith and anti-America editorial published in the online version of The Times. The fact that it so biased against faith is why it merits consideration by those of us who want to understand the people we’re trying to reach.
The second article is from another British newspaper, The Guardian. It is written by an atheist who argues for the moral superiority of the average believer over the average atheist and is among the best short pieces I’ve read, as much for the main point as for the vantage point is gives believers to the intellectual challenge of atheism.
Both writers oppose faith and draw opposite conclusions about the merits of the function of faith within culture. What do you think? Sit back. Read the articles. Enjoy.
Article #1] Devout democracies more dysfunctional than their more secular counterparts.
Article #2] Devout people morally superior to their atheist counterparts.
into the mystic…
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