A Personal Lisp Crisis

There is a half-jocular saying among atheists, that the surest way for a Christian to lose their faith is to read the Bible, cover to cover. The idea is that if you really scrutinize it, and don’t gloss over the strange, antiquated, or inconsistent parts, it stops seeming so profound and special. I don’t know if that’s really true of Christianity, but I have recently had a similar experience that shook my belief that Common Lisp was a profound and special Lisp dialect.

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