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"Herregud for en bra bok dette var!

Men også krevende: I første kapittel ligger hovedpersonen Terje for døden etter et selvmordsforsøk. Neste kapittel er en episode to dager tidligere. Det neste en måned før der igjen.

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"«Eg trudde ikkje eg ville greie å konsentrere meg om å lese, men det gjorde eg faktisk, sannsynlegvis fordi boka var så mørk at ho fekk mitt eige mørke til å verke lyst, iallfall lysare.»

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Sapiens by Yuval Noah Harari
it turns out that in these three centuries, the polytheistic Romans killed no more than a few thousand Christians.1 In contrast, over the course of the next 1,500 years, Christians slaughtered Christians by the millions to defend slightly different interpretations of the religion of love and compassion.
Religion sure makes people blood thirsty. I have always wished that Christians were...well...more Christ like. I've read stories about pagan societies who took in destitute Christians and a few years later found themselves on their knees forced to convert to Christianity or lose their heads. Some how humanity rattles loose in people's heads when they become religious.
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