Religious or Not

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A response to: Secular and Free

Well said. Being secular is not being against religion or the practice thereof.

I want to be able to attend a public event without someone officially praying their belief over me. At those events have you noticed that Catholic prayers are never said like a Hail Mary! Or invoking a saint! When I go to a Baptist service I expect a call to be saved, am not offended because I expect the same. At a public event I would be offended. In this country we are free to embrace a religious expression or not, I want it to remain so. Labeling secularism as being anti-God is just wrong. Also nothing prevents any of God’s people from living and witnessing their faith by how they practice the law of Love.

Carl Mahnke

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