„I think, therefore I am … not a Christian.“

—  Karlheinz Deschner, Bissige Aphorismen, S. 35
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Ich denke, also bin ich kein Christ.

Bissige Aphorismen, Rowohlt 1994, ISBN 3-499-22061-X, S. 35

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