Municipal Mendacity

By James Haught Every city skyline is graced by stately steeples, spires, bell towers, domes, minarets and other outlines of cathedrals, temples, mosques, synagogues and sacred edifices of many sorts. The array seems majestic — until you realize that it represents an extravaganza of lies. The holy architecture proclaims a supernatural realm … Continue reading

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