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Re: [atheists-331] The five biggest misconceptions about secularism

From: Scott
Sent on: Sunday, October 7, 2012 12:06 PM
On 10/7/[masked]:58 AM, Cathy M. wrote:
> Here's my take. By getting government out of religion, we handed the
> belief story to the free market to sell narratives of being
> saved

I've read articles and post by others that have the same idea. By
opening it up to the free market, the most effective (read most
virulent) have succeeded.

Maybe we'd be better if we make the FSM or the IPU the state religion,
and outlawed everything else. :-)


`-- c8 ]

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