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Isn’t that Just Like the French…

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On May 25, 2009
…to go after a fraudulent religion just because it comes from the United States: The Church of Scientology’s French branch went on trial on Monday on charges of organised fraud, in a case that could lead to the group being dissolved in France. Registered as a religion in the United States, with celebrity members such […]

Rawls, religion, merit

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On April 10, 2009

Background: John Rawls wrote an undergrad thesis on theology when he was deeply religious. He also wrote an unpublished essay in the 90’s on the role religion played in his thought. Thomas Nagel

Today We are All Antichrist

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On May 27, 2008
Jeebus. Those Alterdestinarians get weird e-mail. A number of years ago, I started working on a project about Christian prophecy writers and the war on terror. I shelved it for a variety of reasons, but the research was a hoot. Among the folks whose work I spent a decent bit of time reading, my favorite […]

Thoughts on Religion

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On December 18, 2007

Some thoughts on this comment thread: DJW is absolutely correct to follow up Matt’s condemnation of Dawkins statement on Catholicism. It isn’t just illiberal; it’s virtually totalita

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