The other day the Baptist News Global had a fascinating op-ed about when politics becomes religion. It happens when societies changes and in the united States the dones and the nones are growing substationally. This is an interesting take on the situation that is growing in the United States.
“Secularism is categorically not saying that the religious may not speak out publicly or have a say in public life. It is about saying that religion alone should not confer a privileged say in public life, or greater influence on it. It really is as simple as that.”
What do you do in a nation when faith is dying? Here in the United States you have the growth of the dones and the nones. What could be the possible affects of the growth of the nones and the dones. There was a fascinating op-ed in the Baptist News Global. The op-ed looked at the consequences of the January 6, 2021 insurrection. how the Nazis approached religion, the challenges of progressive politics and lack of strong progressive theology and what Pope John Paul II said about communism. Its an interesting take on what happens in changing societies when religion is also changing simultaneously. The name of the op-ed is called, “When politics becomes religion.”