Religious literacy not merely philosophical

1 Oct 2010

Human beings, unlike other species in nature, are born in religion. They are named and then married as per religious ceremonies. When they die, even their final farewell is a religious sacrament. Though one may claim to be non-religious, one's name (even if one did not choose it) indicates affiliation to one religion or another. We grow into agnostics and forty years of denying religion did not help the erstwhile communist countries. Read More