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Is secularism a good idea?

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  • What use is a church that stands back and looks on? State laws can sometimes be anti-human. For example: the Nuremberg laws in Nazi Germany, numerous laws in Soviet Russia, or currently in North Korea Is it not the duty of major church organizations to oppose such laws?

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  • Church involvement in politics violates separation from State. It is important that a separation between Church and State be maintained. This is key to the maintenance of neutral and secular society, where no particular religious view becomes endorsed by the state, at a cost to other, possibly clashing religious views. Church's should respect this principle and subsequently separate themselves from the politics of the state.


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