Albert Camus on Religion

The French novelist of The Plague, in his The Myth of Sisyphus, wrote:

There is only one religion that exists throughout all history, the belief in eternity. This belief is a deception.

About Santi Tafarella

I teach writing and literature at Antelope Valley College in California.
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3 Responses to Albert Camus on Religion

  1. O. Braga says:

    «If there is no God, everything is allowed.» – Dostoievski

    • Anonymous says:

      That’s not just stupid, it’s also frightening to think that people don’t kill one another just because they believe in God.

      • Anonymous says:

        well actually many evolutionary biologists believe that religion came about as a way for early humans to come together and not kill each other

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