Leah Libresco’s “Turing Test” 2012 has begun! This is a thing, not quite a contest and not quite a kabuki debate, in which atheists and Christians submit two sets of answers to a single set of questions. One set is their honest answers. The other is an answer from the point of view of whichever thing they’re not, religiously speaking–thus atheists impersonate Christians and vice versa. Then everyone gets to vote on how well they did! It’s anonymous until the big reveal, and the questions this time around are really fascinating. So go! Go, guess, explore. I’ll be posting more about this after the big reveal.
Augustine’s Confessions of a Mask
May 24, 2012 by Eve Tushnet
Filed Under: Mackerel-Snapping Tagged With: His banner over me was love, Leah Libresco, O reason not the need, Sophia is a woman
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