Rearranging deck chairs on the H.M.S. Titanic...
In the comments section in the article, you should read the long comment by Higher Calling.
Thanks Egghead; interesting comment. I left a reply for him.
To answer your question to Higher Calling: in a word, no. :)A Catholic battle space against Islam is very distinguishable from a secular one.More later.
In Catholicism, the main focus is 1) God and 2) humans striving to be as good as possible to be like the Catholic triune God.In secularism, the main focus is 1) government and 2) NO goal that humans strive to be as good as possible to be like the Catholic triune God - with the definition of secularism being as follows: http://www.secularism.org.uk/what-is-secularism.html
In atheism, the main focus is 1) self and 2) NO goal that humans strive to be as good as possible like the Catholic triune God.Atheism is Protestantism writ large. Every atheist is a Protestant against organized religion - making up his or her OWN personal morality....Christian radio says that atheists are the hardest people to 'convert' because you never know where to start. People from other religions like Islam provide a generally standardized set of beliefs to argue against whereas atheists just make up their individual belief systems 'as they go' without needing their individual belief systems to be consistent with others - or within themselves - or over time.
Secularism MUST - by definition - attack religion because secularism - by definition - refuses to differentiate between 'good' and 'bad' religions - and actions (moral actions versus sins) - and people (Christians versus others - where Christians are defined by actions versus empty lip service - i.e., Obama's blatant lie that he is a Christian when his every action PROVES that he is a completely devoted Muslim).People assume that secularism only refuses to differentiate for the purpose of conferring benefits to religions and adherents, BUT secularism ALSO refuses to differentiate for the purpose of conferring punishments to religions and adherents.Due to its refusal to differentiate between 'good' and 'bad' religions, actions and people, secularism is inherently anti-religion BECAUSE religions that are divorced from Christian morality are a mortal threat to secularism that secularism will fight by banning ALL religions.The beginning of the secular ban on ALL religions in well underway with Christianity whose peaceful adherents provide an exceedingly easy target.
Oops - is well underway
The following article is a great illustration of the abject failure of secularism:http://gatesofvienna.net/2015/05/the-human-rights-of-slave-owners/#more-36318
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