Monday, July 26, 2004

Korea is a very secular nation, which makes me very happy. As a secular humanist it is good to know that those who choose to practice their religion are allowed to do so in a benign way and that those who choose not to are treated fairly. So unlike so many other places. Athiests are one of the last remaining vestiges of acceptable discrimination in the modern world. In a recent survey, 46% of Americans said they would never vote for an athiest as President. So much for the separation of church and state. We have so much work to do.


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