In case you haven’t noticed, I am fascinated with theology. It’s amazing how belief in the supernatural has affected nearly every aspect of human life, and how it continues to have such influence.
Why is religion such a taboo subject when we can argue and debate things like politics, the environment, and sports without batting an eye? Isn’t our creation one of the most interesting and important questions of our civilization?
The New Statesmen puts the question right out in the open and asks a group of public figures why they do or do not believe in God in this two-part article. Some fascinating answers on both sides, and well worth reading.