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Is it rude for an atheist/agnostic to say Grace while dining as a guest?


I was recently invited to dinner at a girlfriend's family house. Her brother charged me, a non-believer, with being rude and hypocritical for saying Grace with the family. I thought it was the polite thing to do, and a matter of common courtesy. Am I wrong?

 

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