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Believing in Cliches

What Should I Believe? by Dorothy Rowe; Routledge, 2009, $34.95. The author of this book was, according to Radio National, voted one of the fifty wisest people in the UK by Saga magazine in 2004 and was recently picked in another British poll as number seventy-two among the top 100 living geniuses in the world (Osama bin Laden came somewhat higher at forty-three). Like many other basically anti-religious writers, the author, a well-known Australian-born psychologist and teacher of psychology who has written thirteen books, does not show great knowledge of church doctrine. She ventures, for example, into the area of…

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