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http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/comment/faith/article136184...

I just came across this article. In the last paragraph he says:

"The simple fact is that all of us, whether Christians or atheists, base our lives on at least some fundamental beliefs that we know we cannot prove, but nevertheless believe to be reliable and significant. We all need to examine our beliefs — especially if we are naive enough to think that we don’t have any in the first place."

Is this true? What do you think?
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