Critical outsiders often find themselves criticizing religious groups' scriptures on grounds of both style and substance. When religious groups respond to such criticisms, they often attempt to dodge the heart of the objections by drawing attention to extremities of emotion, evoking pity by spinning tales of founders' and authors' disadvantaged backgrounds, against which the mere appearance of the religious writ in question is near, if not outright, miraculous. - The Devil's Fane

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