Of Religion and National Identity

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Just musing here:

Like those proverbial fish and their confusion as to the existence of water, human beings can forget that cultural assumptions are merely that. Assumptions. Not ultimate truths; or even sound ideas.

For example, I’ve been musing lately on the concept of secularism and its love-child, the separation of religion and state. These are after all peculiarly European…

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Poet, Senior Minister at First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis, a Humanist congregation. Amazon author's page amazon.com/author/davidbreeden

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David Breeden

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Poet, Senior Minister at First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis, a Humanist congregation. Amazon author's page amazon.com/author/davidbreeden

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