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In His New Book, An Atheist Writes About What We Can All Learn from Jesus

When it comes to the big philosophical questions -- What's meaning of life? What's our purpose? How can we achieve social justice for all? -- where should atheists turn for advice?Tom Krattenmaker, a writer and communications director at Yale Divinity School, has a surprising answer to that: Jesus.Even non-religious people, he argues, can find value in His teachings. He explains how that's
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