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I don't think he believes in either.

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Philip Pullman, author of the "His Dark Materials" series, has expressed critical views on organized religion, particularly the concept of Heaven and Hell. He views them as oppressive institutions that restrict individual freedom and autonomy. In his books, he explores themes of personal agency, questioning authority, and the power of knowledge and self-discovery.

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