Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Andrew Sullivan takes both sides of a bad coin

Amit Ghate offers a probing examination a recent article by Andrew Sullivan in Time Magazine. Amit notes:

[A]ll I see is the same worn-out subjectivism and skepticism that has driven people towards religion, indeed in some ways it's worse than the standard fare because by operating under the mealy-mouthed guise of a moderate, Sullivan actually manages to combine the worst elements of the subjectivist and the (religious) intrinsicist.
This is dead-on analysis of the mind of a typical 'moderate'--be sure to read the whole thing.

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