I wish people could be OK with that, with the fact that religion isn't true. After all, they can still go to church. They can still pray. They can still observe the rituals and special days. They can still read holy books and discuss teachings. They can still imagine heaven. They can still contemplate hell. They can still fantasize about knowing, all by themselves, deep secrets of the universe.
Religion does not need to be true for people to be interested in it, inspired by it, educated by it, moved by it. But it needs to be true if people are going to learn about the universe and about people.
And it's not true, so let's not ask it to be, and let's not try to extract knowledge where there is none to be had.
Weekend Reading, 3/25/2015 - I was going to title this post "For the bookworms," but what I recommend in this post are not books. So what would the online equivalent be? *In any case...
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