This week’s question comes from Rob R. Rob asks, “‘Should secular people be offended when described as having ‘no faith’ or ‘no beliefs’?’ I know it often comes from a good place, people wanting to be inclusive of ‘people of all faiths and none’, but the implication that I have faith in nothing bugs me.”
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