Analysis Of The Myth Of Secularism

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The idea that secularism originates from Christianity depends extensively on how secularism is defined. Some define it as a place, conversation or attitude completely lacking in religious elements, or according to William Connolly in part seven of The Myth of Secularism, a separation and restriction of private faith and beliefs from public discussion. Others see it as all faiths and religions having equal status, and everyone is allowed to search out truth in their own way, which is more closely defined as pluralism and heavily embedded in relativism.
In terms of no religious implication, Christianity, although not necessarily instituted as a religion, but as a way of life, still demands the constant living out of beliefs about of truth and

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