Letter to a Christian Nation

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In Letter to a Christian Nation Sam Harris presents religion (not only American Christianity) as irrational, obsolete, and guilty of great harm in the world. Harris questions not only the failings of contemporary religious believers and institutions, but the very beliefs that inspire religious life.

Identify a distinct argument that Harris makes against the Abrahamic traditions - Christianity, Judaism, and Islam - stating the argument in your own words and citing evidence that Harris offers for each of these attacks on religious faith or practice. The arguments you select should pertain to at least two of the three Abrahamic traditions.

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