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If this is what Purcell believes atheism is based on, then he doesn’t understand atheism.

Evil and suffering constitute the most formidable argument against monotheism, for those who believe in the existence of one good and transcendent Creator God.

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The Indian Queen - Grand Théâtre Genève

This is the last of Purcell’s operas, written in 1695, following a hardly understandable libretto, which tells the story of a war between the Aztec and the Maya peoples, and an Aztec princess falls in love with a Maya warrior. 1,468 more words


BBC Proms at …: Purcell and his contemporaries

BBC Proms at …: Purcell and his contemporaries
Katherine Watson, Samual Boden, Callum Thorpe
Arcangelo, Jonathan Cohen
Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, Shakespeare’s Globe, 13 August

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Concert Reviews

Crowning George II

The one thing Daniel Taylor did not explain in his introduction to The Coronation of King George II, presented by Toronto Summer Music Festival, last night was how on earth he, and whatever friends and substances were involved, came up with the concept.   371 more words

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