From Christian to Skeptic

Kauffman, Kent
September 2003
Skeptic;2003, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p21
Presents comments on being a Christian and being a skeptic in the U.S. Courage in becoming a skeptic; Beliefs of a skeptic; Questions raised regarding the beliefs.


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