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> firstname.lastname@example.org "Francesca S. Alcorn" <email@example.com> Re: An Interesting Article Concerning Religious Belief After 9/11Reply-To: firstname.lastname@example.org
>The last statement scares me:
>"When it comes to the relationship between modern man and religious
>faith, the century now beginning may prove make-up-your-mind time. I
>As a quiet agnostic in the US, surrounded by a resurgence of
>Christianity in some of its' more frightening forms, I hope *not*. I
>hope we will quietly go along with whatever uneasy truce we have
>managed to work out, and not loose too much ground while Bush is
>The only good thing I have seen in this vein was Bush getting up in
>front of the American public and defending Muslims. I really respect
>him for doing that. I wonder what he had to tell his right-wing
>Christian backers to smooth that particular one over.
Didn't you hear about Fallwell and Robertson on the 700 Club? Fundie Xtians and fundie Muslims, as both literal believers in related book-based strains of patriarchal monotheism, have much that they agree on.
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