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Daily Archives: November 2, 2013
Originally posted on the archives near Emmaus:
The following is the concluding segment of my three-part reflection on contemporary atheism and Christianity. Part One featured an introduction and review of Daniel Dennett’s Breaking the Spell: Religion as a Natural Phenomenon (Viking, 2006). Part Two…
I was thinking about Fawn Brodie’s biography of Richard Nixon while I was reading Jonathan Aitken’s more positive portrayal. Brodie speculated that Richard Nixon was unloved by his parents, and that this contributed to his political hunger. But Aitken referred … Continue reading