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The Ethicist: Do I Have to Tell My Family I’m No Longer Religious?

The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on visiting your Southern Baptist relatives when you’re no longer a believer, what to do when your E.R. colleague defers treatment of his patients until you arrive and more.
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