How to Survive the Atheistic Hurricane

First, you need to understand it. Dostoyevsky’s fiction is a great place to start.

Dostoyevsky knew a few things about bankruptcy. Primarily, because he knew a few things about gambling.

Tolstoy knew a few things about gambling, too, but he was an aristocrat and therefore could settle his gambling debts by selling a…

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Eric Scheske

Former editor of Gilbert Mag and columnist for NC Register. Freelance for many print pubs. Publishes here every Monday, plus occasional pieces during the week.

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