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Blind Secularism

1993

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a weird one about Waco, Texas (that incident that I vaguely know of but, because it happened when I was less than a year old, means nothing to me) and how it would be useful to see from the point of view of a religious person? i agree with the sentiment to some degree but i don't really see how it connects to Waco. i also believe in a more nuanced understanding of religion but i think his personal balancing point is a bit off

Stephenson, N. (None). Blind Secularism. In Stephenson, N. Some Remarks: Essays and Other Writing. , pp. 264-267

the part of theology concerned with death, judgment, and the final destiny of the soul and of humankind

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the heavy eschatological issues that lie just below the surface of religion are simply too icky and troublesome to think about

—p.267 by Neal Stephenson
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the heavy eschatological issues that lie just below the surface of religion are simply too icky and troublesome to think about

—p.267 by Neal Stephenson
notable
2 years, 4 months ago