“But they can’t possibly really believe that,” I said. “I know they’re not that stupid. So I think we have to ask, What are their real motives?” Mr. Magundi shook his head a little sadly. “That’s the thing we always … Continue reading
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“She decided they were going to write their own wedding vows,” Brielle was saying. “Did she sew her own wedding gown, too?” Mr. Magundi asked.
“So I was surprised,” Mrs. Bowman was saying. “I guess I’d never talked to a Muslim about her religion before.” “Considering that we see the conflict between Islam and the West as the central problem of our time,” Mr. Magundi … Continue reading
“I’ve heard it called a ‘God of the gaps’ argument,” I was saying. “He thinks there are some things science can’t explain, and that’s what proves there is a God.” “If I were a theologian,” Mr. Magundi replied, “I’d never … Continue reading
“I was almost like, ‘I shouldn’t even take your money,’” Brielle was saying, “cause the kids didn’t need me. They had this whole fantasy role-playing thing going on in the back yard, and they were so totally into it, and … Continue reading