November 16, 2005 |
It takes a certain amount of audacity to found a religion. Ford Vox does not look audacious. A tall, slightly stooped medical student, Vox speaks in a mumble and rarely lifts his eyes. But if he lacks confidence, that only makes him all the more qualified to lead his flock because Vox, 28, has created a religion for people who know only that they know nothing. Universists might believe in God, or might not. (Personally, Vox thinks he does.) The only dogma they must accept is uncertainty.