Religion: Why Blind Faith Has No Place in Public Life

May 16, 2022 — Religious tolerance is a admirable goal, but it only works if everyone keeps their beliefs to themselves.

When I was in kindergarten, my Mom took me to visit some conservative Christian relatives in Mississippi — which was awkward, given that I’ve been an atheist since age four.

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Andrew Folts

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Author of 365 Comics. Writer, illustrator, and barefoot runner slinging minimalist hacks for creative rebels.

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