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This blog post at Harry's Place makes a valid point that for Breivik, Christianity was little more than an 'identity marker' in his hate-filled political outlook rather than a faith he followed dutifully. The argument follows that he should therefore be described as a 'Christianityist' rather than a 'Christian.'

I guess analogies could also be drawn with the 7/7 bombers - maybe they should be routinely described as Islamists rather than devout Muslims?

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