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Religious Fictionalism: Can you be a believer who doesn’t believe? Kristi Mair and Philip Goff: Philip Goff attends church even though he doesn’t believe in the doctrines of Christianity. He calls himself a ‘religious fictionalist’, believing that the practise of faith is more important than believing in supernatural claims. Kristi Mair, author of ...

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Philip Goff attends church even though he doesn’t believe in the doctrines of Christianity. He calls himself a ‘religious fictionalist’, believing that the practise of faith is more important than believing in supernatural claims.
Kristi Mair, author of the new book ‘More Truth: Searching for Certainty in an Uncertain World’ (IVP) and a speaker at this year’s Unbelievable? conference, engages with Philip’s approach to faith and whether you can really be a believer who doesn’t believe.
For Unbelievable? the Conference 2019: http://www.premierchristianradio.com/unbelievableconference 
For Bret Weinstein and Alister McGrath live in London: https://shop.premier.org.uk/collections/events/products/religion-useful-fiction-or-ultimate-truth-live-debate 
For Philip Goff’s article on Religious Fictionalism: https://www.the-tls.co.uk/articles/public/believers-without-belief-religious-fictionalism/  
For ‘More Truth’ by Kristi Mair: https://ivpbooks.com/more-truth 
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