Funding of religious education in Western Europe and its consequences
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The identifying information of this author has been changed to protect their identity. They were raised in an agnostic family, but soon discovered that religion was one of the great evils in this world, then becoming an anti-theist. They love writing and debating about religion, politics and morality. They are a big fan of Friedrich Nietzsche, whose work has inspired their writing.
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