Hawkins: Religious sincerity, not gimmickry

Senior Stephen Hawkins notes that an interfaith student center on campus would not be effective given the nature of differing religious beliefs.

An abundance of misguided religious commentary has been unleashed in recent weeks. Annu Subramanian’s column “Religious conversations, not cliques” in The Hatchet Thursday advocated for an Interfaith Services Center on GW’s campus to provide a common place for students of all religions to gather and discuss their faiths. But her misconception of the purpose of religion undermines the rest of her proposal, and reveals a common flaw in thinking about religion.

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