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The Process Of Belief is an album by the band Bad Religion.

Bad Religion recorded the entire album in May 2001. It was released on November 13, 2001, in Europe and Japan and January 22, 2002, in the US.

The first hit was "Sorrow", which made the charts of November of 2001. The song is based on the story told in the Book of Job and uses it as an allegory for all human suffering. The first lines are in direct reference to the book:

Father can you hear me?
How have I let you down?
I curse the day that I was born
And all the sorrow in this world

(Compare Job 3:1-3.) It goes on to question the existence of suffering: "Will you guide me now, for I can't see a reason for the suffering and this long misery. What if every living soul could be upright and strong, well, then I do imagine there will be sorrow (..) no more."

Tracks

  1. Supersonic
  2. Prove It
  3. Can't Stop It
  4. Broken
  5. Destined For Nothing
  6. Materialist
  7. Kyoto Now!
  8. Sorrow
  9. Epiphany
  10. Evangeline
  11. The Defense
  12. The Lie
  13. You Don't Belong
  14. Bored And Extremely Dangerous



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