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Quotation of the Minute
"If theology were a part of reasonably inquiry, there would be no objection to an atheist's being a professor of theology. That a man's being an atheist is an absolute bar to his occupying a chair of theology proves that theology is not an open-minded and reasonable inquiry. Someone may object that a professor should be interested in his subject and an atheist cannot be interested in theology. But a man who maintains that there is no god must think it a sensible and interesting question to ask whether there is a god; and in fact we find that many atheists are interested in theology." Richard Robinson, "Religion and Reason" Critiques of God (Buffalo, NY: Prometheus, 1997) pp. 117-18.