Haven of Last Resort
I used to admire believers. I thought they had an odd transcendental way of perceiving things which was closed to me. Like clairvoyants, you might say. But my son’s experience proves that faith is actually quite a simple matter. He was down and out, the Catholics took him in and before he knew it, he had faith. So it was gratitude that decided the issue, most likely. (p. 308)
KeywordsReligious Belief Religious Affiliation Religious Group Religious Experience Religious Commitment
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