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The Faith of Militant Atheism

The Response No One Asked For

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To be clear, no one asked me to write this essay. Dan Foster and The Backyard Church don’t need me to defend them.

I was reluctant to write this essay because I have little desire to read the inevitable follow-up, “The Feebleness of Eric Sentell’s Argument About My Argument.”




Thoughts on applying a 2000 year old religion to 21st Century life

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