Monday, August 20, 2007

Roger Scruton weighs in on the anti-God crusade

I see where Roger Scruton has weighed in on the anti-God crusade, offering his own approach to religion, as helping people make sense of key moments:
It is from such moments, replete with emotional knowledge, that religion begins. The rational person is not the one who scoffs at all religions, but the one who tries to discover which of them, if any, can make sense of those things, and, while doing so, draw the poison of resentment.

It's not my brand, but hey, enjoy.

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