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Karen Armstrong, Again

The absurdity of Karen Armstrong is a phenomenon that never ceases to amaze, and, in its own way, amuse. Here she is in this weekend’s Financial Times, beginning her latest piece in that cracking style that is all her own: … Continue reading

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More Mush

This time from Catholic theologian Hans Küng, the co-author of a new book reviewed by Adam Kirsch in The Tablet: How to Do Good and Avoid Evil is, in fact, the fruit of one of Küng’s major ecumenical projects, the … Continue reading

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A Charter of Kumbaya

The myth that all religions are basically the same—and basically benign—is a nonsense that could only flourish in a society that has little knowledge of the past and, for that matter, of the nature of religious belief. Naturally it’s an idea that … Continue reading

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