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The Christian Delusion: Foreword and Introduction

01/08/2011

The roots of doubt, he insists, have nothing to do with the shaky truth claims of Christianity-because if we had the facts, “what we would have is knowledge, not faith.” (And that is bad?) (55).

Today, given the choice (regardless of my “psychological reasons”), I would rather know-or not know-than believe. The case for faith is a case for ignorance (65).

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