A Passage to India

Read these sentences describing the conversation about God, morality and the British presence in India and number them in the right order

- Fielding doesn't agree and he doesn't belive in God

- So Aziz is just like the rest of the world, which is dying but doesn't die

- Since they are not very moral, the English have no right to rule India

- This then is proof that there is a benevolent God

- Many other Englishmen have these same beliefs

- Aziz is ill and he isn't ill at the same time

- As a result, morality declines

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Take a look at the latter half of chapter 9. I believe it is there. You can also check out GradeSaver summary.