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His comments are rather bland and neutral which is what I would expect from a politician who realises that he isn't able to get the easy ride of saying he's a bit religious like David Cameron did but can reduce any reaction to his atheism by being non-confrontational on major issues at the moment, i.e. the lack of respect for religion and opposition to faith schools.
These may be his genuine views concerning religion but he's a politician so it's impossible to know what he really thinks.
I am currently reading...The Hedgehog, The Fox and The Magisters Pox by Stephen Jay Gould
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Two out of three party leaders ain't bad! Unlike the good ol US of A, where an honest atheist wouldn't get picked for a baseball game, but a swivel-eyed End-Days loony might some day be handed the keys to the White House, and the codes for
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thundril is right, sadly. I can't imagine an American being elected President who said he didn't believe in God.