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Among the most amusing parts of the book is his commentary on the dismal state of Christianity within his family and the United Kingdom as a whole (". . . the Christian religion is approaching extinction in my country, partly because families like mine have been not believing it for a century and more.") and his account of his own loss of faith (it's amazing the potent effect that masturbation can have on an impressionable, intelligent teenager). [...] works of art that embody Christian or Jewish values cannot be alien to most of those who are heirs to the heritage of the West.
Nothing to Be Frightened Of Howard Schneider The Humanist; May/Jun 2009; 69, 3; Docstoc pg. 44 Reproduced with permission of the copyright owner.
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