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What does LWG stand for?

LWG stands for Life Without God

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In his remarks, Benedict said the dedication of the Sagrada Familia church was of great importance "at a time in which man claims to be able to build his life without God, as if God had nothing to say to him".
And I think that just as they brought this psychological apprehension of the reformation and religious experience directly to the public, I think it's RS Thomas' grappling with doubt and the desolation of a possibility of a life without God is what he will be most remembered for.
It is the city par excellence for those who want to live their life without God, and it is a breeding ground for the Culture of Death.
Naturally, he has a compassion for anyone who has chosen to live their life without God, and this has been a consistent theme in the 2,000 years or so of Christianity.
Since she had almost as many enemies as there are Americans, this means the narrative draws heavily from derogatory works, most notoriously My Life Without God (1982), an autobiography and conversion narrative by her apostate son William Murray.
Life, Sex, and Ideas: The Good Life Without God is a collection of Grayling's columns, which mn chiefly from two to four book pages, plus a few longer pieces from elsewhere.