“Sometimes you get a secular kind of culture taking over where what they’re really promoting is not genuine religious freedom and encouragement for everybody to speak out and share their religious views, but really a desire for a banishment of religious talk from public life. That’s really not genuine religious freedom. That’s a kind of secular dogmatism.” – Ron Sider

I think he’s right; often what we call religious freedom could be classed us such, but may better be dubbed religious indifference. I think that we ought to support and encourage religious dialogue. Too often religion is treated as something private and isolate.


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