Some persons believe that they are possessed of what they call practical natures. They hold a certain disdain for what they regard as impractical ideas, and assume that religion falls under this category, believing that while religion may be a beautiful theory, it is not workable in everyday life, and that practical situations must be met in practical ways.
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