Roundup: Religion for atheists

Roundup: Religion for atheists

Paradox regained

An enduringly useful guide.

Religion for Atheists

Popular British philosophical essayist Alain de Botton grew up in a “committedly atheistic” family, but finds religion interesting and even valuable for what it can teach us.

Admirable but ultimately hollow

Alain de Botton’s attempt to encourage secular society to steal religion’s most fruitful ideas.

What secular society can learn from the faithful

The underlying theme is de Botton’s religiously inspired awareness of human childishness.


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