In “Dichotomy,” a man struggles to balance his religiosity with his liberal lifestyle, attempting to call a “truce” between the two parts of himself rather than continue the tug-of-war that has ensued.  “Dichotomy” makes us ponder how the warfare occurring between religious groups in the external world might mirror the internal battle that often takes place within ourselves.

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