He asks, 'What about the Western God?', and replies that 'two things are clear', one of which is that 'monotheism has been the defining force of Western civilisation'. Whatever does that mean, and, whatever it does mean, is it true?
Similarly, he insists that religious faith is 'that which made us what we are'. Has not rational doubt also helped to make us that which we are, ever since we began to be?
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