Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Good News from Secular Humanists

Good news from the side of Secular Humanists. I just read the following on the Center for Inquiry's promotion for their 2007 Conference on "The Secular Society and Its Enemies":

"Yet religious fervor in the United States and abroad remains at an all-time high. Science education suffers from the constant onslaught of creationist activists. Democratic politicians have joined Republicans in pandering to religious prejudices. The American courts are stacked with judges who openly denigrate the nation’s vital and historic separation of church and state. Islamic radicalism is on the rise in Europe as well as in the Middle East. In many ways, societies the world over face the ominous threat of de-secularization. " [Bold, my emphasis]

It's good that others see the church is not giving up, nor will it!

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