This Dark Age

A manual for life in the modern world.

By Daniel Schwindt

The superficiality of conversions

If Western Evangelicals would like to pride themselves on their ability to convert other peoples to their religion, citing the fact that conversions in the opposite direction are much more rare, we should point out to them that this is more an insult than a compliment. Eastern people turn from one religious doctrine to another, from one belief to another; but Western people turn from belief to unbelief. They do not convert: they become atheists.

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