Sam Harris, one of the “Four Horsemen” of new atheism, believes that science can never be reconciled
In our increasingly secular society, many religious people feel their voices are not heard. So here,
“Hinduism goes back 5,000 years. We’re used to a changing world”
Modern readers often take Augustine’s Confessions to be an account of a saint’s struggles w
David Foster Wallace’s suicide in 2008 deprived modern letters of one of its most honest voices. Jon
Dave Eggers isn't finished with fiction just yet.
JFK comes across as quite a drip in this dramatisation.
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