When to Walk Away from a Conversation About Religion December 31, 2014

When to Walk Away from a Conversation About Religion

Anthony Magnabosco has made a whole bunch of videos in which he speaks to a stranger about his or her religious beliefs for just five minutes — and then deconstructs the whole conversation afterwards. (You can see his efforts here, here, here, and here.)

But this time, he made one where he explains when it’s best to just walk away.

The impetus for this series on street epistemology comes from Peter Boghossian‘s book.

If any parts stand out, please leave the timestamps/summaries in the comments!

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