Secularism

The Strange Death of Secular Britain

Politics, religion and the shifting intersections between them are potentially incendiary topics of conversation at dinner parties these days and probably best avoided if you want to maintain inter-lefty harmony.

Not everyone’s keeping quiet though. Scottish pedagogue Shuggy is the latest to burn the bruschetta:

Since the shit hit the fan circa September 11th 2001, a number of people have asked the question: when did the left abandon it’s traditional position on organised religion? Being rather elderly – but in the apparent minority of people possessing a memory, I can tell you it was in 1988…..

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