Why do we need religion?
But another book provides insight into mankind’s religious nature.
Alec Ryrie’s Unbelievers.
An account of homo, without the sapiens.
The (fictional) Jewish prisoner who brought about Solzhenitsyn’s conversion.
In Britain, people seem to take it on faith that to have faith is stupid.
And may speak to observant Jews more than do many Jewish-themed shows.
The anxiety of criticism.
Identity politics, religion, and Francis Fukuyama.
The danger of forgetting that man cannot live by bread alone.
Among the unbelievers.
A purely scientific understanding can’t give us a sense of direction.
In today’s world, all men of faith are lonely.