At 07:49 AM 11/6/2003, you wrote:

So for the moment I will abide your claims above.  Meantime, please answer
the key question I asked earlier: Give us specific examples of  > ...  how
secular humanism and athiesm are bigger threats to us today than they  were,
say, a couple of hundred years ago.< Church membership is up. Ditto church
attendance. Ditto people who identify themselves as a member of a church.

Ron

Don't know if I can Ron. I think beliefs, attitudes and philosophies (as in many other things) go in cycles though. Just because Church attendance is up today doesn't mean there will not be a resurgence of humanistic or atheistic belief tomorrow. Besides--what's your point in asking?




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