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Religion is a Game

Religion is a game.  I do not mean this in any kind of a reductionist or derogatory sense (e.g., “Catholicism is just a game—play by the rules (the Ten Commandments, the sacraments) and you win.”)  I mean it in a … Continue reading

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Plura ex uno atque e pluribus unum.

Out of one, many; out of many, one.

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