Symon Hill





Symon Hill



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“to ask simply whether religion is ‘good’ or ‘bad’ is to miss the point. Religion serves as a reason for war and peace, love and hatred, dialogue and narrow-mindedness. Religion can be used for many purposes, just as science can be used to develop life-saving vaccines or to build sophisticated weaponry. We may as well ask whether science is a good or bad thing, or cookery, poetry or politics. The ‘goodness’ or ‘badness’ of religion depends on the ways in which it is used, applied and lived out.”
Symon Hill, The No-Nonsense Guide to Religion

“the Christian bishop Gregory of Nyssa (331-395) argued that it was as acceptable to call God either ‘mother’ or ‘father’, insisting that: ‘Both terms mean the same, because the divine is neither male nor female’.6”
Symon Hill, The No-Nonsense Guide to Religion



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