Secularist creed

Secularist creed

Fr Bernard McGrath

Today many non-religious people think they can find happiness by deciding for themselves what is right and wrong (relativism) and protest that Christians want "to impose their morality" on them.

The greatest danger to society is not from Christian beliefs which have given us our freedom and rights, but from secular atheism which is intolerant of any dissent at all from its tenets. Total compliance is demanded.

Religion has been almost totally silenced in the Western world because our public institutions such as the parliaments, judiciary, media and universities have become largely captive to the secularist creed.

Bendigo, Vic

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