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No Elephants Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jan-18-10 10:54 PM
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198. With all due respect, you can know what church someone attended, but you can't know what was in his
Edited on Mon Jan-18-10 10:56 PM by No Elephants
or her mind and heart.

After Mother Teresa died, info was published that she did not believe in God most of her adult life--or, at least, had a great deal of trouble believing in God. She was a Catholic, too.

In any event, it's perfectly possible for someone to attend Mass, go to confession, etc. ad still be an atheist.

I would not assume sincerity on the part of Hitler. If religion was useful to him--and religious bigotry most definitely was--he would use it, no matter what he personally believed.
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