Why I am not a Christian: Steve Jones

I was exposed to faith as a child. I come from a Welsh-speaking background and my grandparents were deeply involved with the chapel – as much of rural Wales was in those days.

I went every Sunday. My parents then moved to England and I began to lose my Welsh, but I was still obliged to go to a Welsh-speaking chapel. Looking back,...

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