A frank and honest dialogue, questions such as "Is religion relevant or irrelevant, helpful or harmful, empowering or restrictive, the cause of wars and divisions or a hope of peace?"
Are these questions absurd or inane, futile or impotent, unavailing or trivial, the cause of further sophomoric attempts at poignancy or the product of several recent, well-argued, published criticisms of religion?
Let's see... Yes, yes, yes and yes. Wait, there's more:
Current bestsellers such as The End of Faith by Richard Harris take a negative view. What do you think?
Richard Harris wrote The End of Faith? Well, I think at this point he would know of all people whether or not we should be spending more time in church.