This town's most prolific writer on faith and morals has an inspiring revelation about organized religion.
The crux of his argument . . .
"That leaves us with the task of evaluating what our religious tradition, if any, teaches us. If it teaches simplistic, binary thinking it will lead us astray eventually. If it teaches us core values that can help us make difficult judgments in a complicated non-binary world, then it's a healthy and helpful religion."
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One of the dangers of religion is that when not used carefully and thoughtfully, it can lead people into binary thinking. Which means we're faced with either good or evil. In religious terms, nothing is more good than God and...