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WHI-975 | The End of Secularism

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Secularists have argued for many years that religion is an entirely private matter that should not inform public life and policy decisions. But what about secularism itself? Is it really a neutral position itself? On this edition of the White Horse Inn the hosts discuss these issues with Hunter Baker, author of The End of Secularism.

Secularists have argued for many years that religion is an entirely private matter that should not inform public life and policy decisions. But what about secularism itself? Is it really a neutral position itself? On this edition of the White Horse Inn the hosts discuss these issues with Hunter Baker, author of The End of Secularism.



(6MB MP3 Download of the Peter Berger Interview mentioned in this week's program)




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God & Other Law Makers
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RECOMMENDED BOOKS
The End of Secularism
Hunter Baker
Where in the World is the Church?
Michael Horton
Christ & Culture Revisited
D. A. Carson




PROGRAM AUDIO

[audio:http://www.whitehorseinn.org/whiarchives/2009whi975dec13.mp3|titles=WHI 975|artists=White Horse Inn]


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