Tuesday, September 30, 2008

That About Sums It Up...

Philip Pullman on the pointless menace of censorship | Books | guardian.co.uk

My basic objection to religion is not that it isn't true; I like plenty of things that aren't true. It's that religion grants its adherents malign, intoxicating and morally corrosive sensations. Destroying intellectual freedom is always evil, but only religion makes doing evil feel quite so good.

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