“I had gone through a phase several years earlier when I called myself an atheist; I thought it was the only alternative to thinking the world was run by a giant grandpa sitting on a cloud. Later I realized I knew too little to rightfully claim atheism; to reject something, it’s necessary to have a working knowledge of what you reject.” — Corinna Nicolaou
This week, our featured book is A None’s Story: Searching for Meaning Inside Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism, and Islam, by Corinna Nicolaou. Today, to get the feature kicked off, we are happy to present an excerpt from the beginning of A None’s Story, in which Nicolaou lays out her goals for her project and takes a close look at Christianity.
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