Monday, November 19, 2007


Open secularism meets open religion Ekklesia 19 Nov 07 Culture and Review. The debate about religion in public life is often cantankerous, says Simon Barrow. But a constructive new pamphlet on secularism from the Humanist Philosophers' Group shows us that a better standard of discussion is possible.

This is a contribution to a public lecture meeting at the RSA on 08 November 2007. [Pic: RSA House, 8 Robert Adam Street, WC2: Designed especially for the Society by Robert Adam in the early 1770s, the Georgian fa├žade of the house conceals gems of both contemporary and traditional architecture. (c) RSA]

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