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When is irreligion better?

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“If religion becomes the cause of enmity and bloodshed, then irreligion is to be preferred. For religion is the remedy for every ailment, and if a remedy should become the cause of ailment and difficulty, it is better to abandon […]

Why do the meek always smile?

posted by Sam

    What’s with the sour face? After all in the West we pride ourselves in our “high” standard of living. Clean running water, electricity, modern amenities, and a general semblance of order and cleanliness are comfortable indeed. But has it all come […]

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