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  1. I have been reading a book by Greg Epstein, Good Without God. On page 111 he says that "there are modern inventions that claim more connection to the ancient tradition than is really historically justifiable "( such as the Episcopal theology of a Bishop John Shelby Spong, author of Jesus for the Nonreligious, which ideologically owes far more to Humanism than it does to Saints Augustine or Aquinas.) Although there is a lot in this book that I have found very interesting I just am at a complete loss as to what the author is trying to say here. Would Mr Spong have any interpretation for the above?
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