Masking Secularism

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A response to: Secular and Free

Secularism is not good or bad. For instance to teach history you must include things like Columbus was Catholic, he had with him Franciscans, one of his ships was the «Saint Mary.» One of the first things they did was celebrate Mass and offer thanksgiving to God and dedicate their discovery to Christ. To purposely leave this out would not be secularism but anti-religionism. To purposely leave out references to religion or Christianity in history or even public debate on issues, is not secularism, it’s anti-religionism disguised as secularism.

Rich Pohlman, SFO

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