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Pulpit and Politics: Competing Religious Ideologies in Canadian Public Life
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Arguing about religion is a waste of space and time. Secularism may indeed be a "narrow minded ideology" but that is because it is argued by narrow-minded people. At best, all that may be said about religion/secularism is that we just plain don't know what lays beyond the here-and-now. It's all just guesswork (aka faith).



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