Marcos464 Wrote:
Jul 06, 2013 6:31 PM
The issue I have with this argument is that there is an underlying pre-supposition that secularism yields "values free" education or legislation. It does not. Laws and education that flow from a secular perspective are just as laden with someone's sense of right and wrong as much as any law or education based on religious views. And the media, academia and the entertainment industry are all to happy to ostracize anyone who had a good conscience issue with these laws.