"Secular" seems to be a far more significant in our world and time. ACLU
advocates will not permit us to neglect the "wall of separation"
invented to introduce a new, post-modern meaning to the term. In a
scriptural context, any attempt to draw lines between religious and
secular seems largely artificial.
The distinction, for example, between religious organizations and
governments was apparently largely nonexistent in OT times, and in the
Book of Mormon history as well. Even during the NT era, religion and
government were fairly well intertwined. I would have thought that this
point would be fairly academic to those who are familiar with the
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