European Diary

The Blind Ape

In the 1970’s, one hardly ever heard the word atheist. One had the impression that the impassive majority never considered the subject long enough to have made the term a part of their active vocabulary; while the typical exception would proffer, with an upraised finger and a coy smirk, something along the lines of “let’s just say that I’m an agnostic.”

Andrei Navrozov

Andrei Navrozov is European editor for Chronicles.

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