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Nietzsche Would Be Proud

In researching the religious opinions of the youth of England, the hoary CoE found that the youth are largely non-religious and don’t seem particularly bothered by the idea of there not being a spiritual life at all.

Their creed could be defined as: “This world, and all life in it, is meaningful as it is,” translated as: “There is no need to posit ultimate significance elsewhere beyond the immediate experience of everyday life.” The goal in life of young people was happiness achieved primarily through the family.

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