In the old days you had to be rather literate if you wished to be an anti-Christian.  That is, you had to read a few books.  You had to be able to follow an argument.  Two centuries ago you would read Voltaire or Tom Paine.  And in the late 1800s you’d read Herbert Spencer or Thomas Henry Huxley. And in the first half of the 20th century you would read Freud or Bertrand Russell or John Dewey. (Dewey never explicitly attacked Christianity.  He simply took it for granted that we are already living in a post-Christian world.)
Since then, however, most people don’t have

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