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“Moderate religion fuels fundamentalism” declares Quillette’s widely-shared and praised lead story. It’s based on one true stated premise and two unstated false ones. True: A typical murderous zealot was “not a nihilist or a lunatic; rather, he was a young man with an all-or-nothing attitude who was acting on imperatives that followed logically from a set of very bad axioms.” […]

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