Hunter Baker: End of Secularism

Hunter Baker: End of Secularism

When talking about law, politics, education and other public square matters, it’s commonly held that God should be kept out of the discussion. Decisions in these areas should be made on secular, ‘neutral’ terms, with no religion allowed. But could secularism be more religious than its proponents tend to admit, and could it be that […]

By Sheridan VoyseyMonday 15 Feb 2010

When talking about law, politics, education and other public square matters, it’s commonly held that God should be kept out of the discussion. Decisions in these areas should be made on secular, ‘neutral’ terms, with no religion allowed.

But could secularism be more religious than its proponents tend to admit, and could it be that some matters simply cannot be discussed without reference to faith and religion?

Listen Now – Sheridan Voysey poses these questions to author and academic Hunter Baker, author of The End of Secularism.