Why Religion is Good, J.-M. Kuczynski
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Why Religion is Good

Author: J.-M. Kuczynski

Narrator: J.-M. Kuczynski

Unabridged: 1 min

Format: Digital Audiobook

Publisher: Author's Republic

Published: 10/29/2017

Genre: Psychology - Movements - Psychoanalysis

Synopsis

People who have religion believe that there is a standard of truth and goodness that is above and beyond the opinion of their fellow mortals. This gives them strength and clarity.

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