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Wednesday, 06 October 2010


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Nicely put, Chris. As a side note, John Paul II was always quick to point out the difference between secularism--in which the government respects all religions--and French-style laicism--in which the government actively tries to discourage public displays of religious expression.

Chris Sissons

Thanks Joshua. I think it is entirely legitimate for churches to support this interpretation of secularism. That is so long as they push for religious freedoms for all.

Keep reading as I hope to continue reflecting on this theme. I'm having trouble with my internet connection, so it might take a while to complete this theme.

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