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Andrew Brown's blog

I don't read The Guardian regularly so this is why I hadn't come across Andrew Brown's blog on religion previously. He is apparently an atheist who takes religion seriously. See, for example, his entry on "Why I am not a Christian" for 31 October 2008. I don't agree with all he says, naturally, but I recommend his blog to anyone who, like me, subscribes to the naturalist viewpoint but doesn't think that people who believe in religion are automatically to be classed as fools or deluded. The questions that Christianity poses are real even if I don't agree with the answers it gives to them.


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