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Why Religion Shouldn’t Be Rational

And why we should search for a viable religion anyway

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Should religious beliefs and practices be rational? Should they be backed up with scientific evidence and sound philosophical arguments? Or would that be as wrongheaded as asking whether a scientific theory should, above all, be emotionally uplifting so that it can hold society together?

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Stories about faith, spirituality, and religion to bridge gaps, expand perspectives, and unify humanity.

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Benjamin Cain

Benjamin Cain

Knowledge condemns. Art redeems. I learned that as an artistic writer who did a doctorate in philosophy. We should try to see the dark comedy in all things.

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