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Prayer is not wishful nonsense

Is prayer worth doing? The Revd. Giles Fraser writes in The Guardian on what prayer does and does not do.

“Can everyone stop all this #PrayforLondon nonsense. It’s these bloody stupid beliefs that help create this violence in the first place,” tweeted Julia Hartley-Brewer, a middle-England talk radio host in the mould of Katie Hopkins. Now there is a time and a place for atheists to have a pop about whether prayer is a waste of time. Even for a debate […]

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