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Who Cares What You Believe?

We love to talk about our beliefs, write about our beliefs, argue our beliefs, stand for our beliefs, defend our beliefs, and flaunt our beliefs. And why not? Beliefs are equivalent to values, to religious conviction, to spirituality, to morality. . . Right? No! Absolutely not. This is not to say that beliefs have no value. Beliefs shape who […]

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