The Secular State Has Arrived …

… or, at least, Russell Blackford’s book on the subject has. I’d say that complaining works wonders, except that I’m sure that it’s all coincidence [grin].

Now, I have some games to play, but I intend to start reading this and when I finish it I will post some comments on what I think of it. What I’m really hoping to get out of it is a clear definition of what it means to have a secular state, and what things I can and can’t do based on religious beliefs in one. At this point, it hasn’t been clear to me what most people mean by that, and a lot of what they say they mean worries me.


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