Regarding Michael Hoffman’s Jan. 25 article, “Amid French crisis, Japan frets over virgins”: Hoffman seems to make the usual post-modern mistake of turning an idea into an identity.
Religion is not a race, nor is it inherent in anyone’s DNA. It’s an idea just like any other.
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