When a Muslim sees that secularism is attacking Christianity, but a Professor cannot see the same, what should we think?
Professor Coyne claimed he did not even know who she was, but he was willing to lambast her opinion ….
Is secularism so entrenched that anyone and everyone is a target?
Shoot me if I don’t know who Baroness Warsi is, but she’s made a dire pronouncement in the pages of The Telegraph: Britain is being overtaken by militant secularists. The good Baroness is leading a ministerial delegation from the UK to the Vatican (apparently reciprocating for the Pope’s visit in 2010), and she writes about it in a dire piece Telegraph piece called “We stand side by side with the Pope in fighting for faith.” Here are Baroness Warsi’s worries about creeping secularism:
My fear today is that a militant secularisation is taking hold of our societies. We see it in any number of things: when signs of religion cannot be displayed or worn in government buildings; when states won’t fund faith schools; and where religion is sidelined, marginalised and downgraded in the public sphere.
It seems astonishing to me that those who wrote the European Constitution…
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