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    The absence of belief in something while embracing something else doesn't equate to a religion. Otherwise, not believing in unicorns while being a fan of horses would be a religion. Equestrianism.

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    What about secular rightism?

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    It's going to become the foundation for anti -Christianity in the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lark View Post
    What about secular rightism?
    Two sides of the same coin: Enlightenment Liberalism. Both sides operate with the same presuppositions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lark View Post
    What about secular rightism?
    Bust out the comparisons! I'm down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caribelle View Post
    It's going to become the foundation for anti -Christianity in the future.
    A lot of the precepts or motivations for the core tenets of what's being discussed here I would guess are at the very least legacies of Christianity in some ways, at least a poorly understood, basic sort of Christianity.

    It is an outbreak that's much more typical in most of the Christian world after all, the like of it is not seen in Asia, India, Indo-China etc. etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin of Flavia Neapolis View Post
    Two sides of the same coin: Enlightenment Liberalism. Both sides operate with the same presuppositions.
    I think maybe there was a time this would have been correct, I dont think its been correct for some time now though.

    Racism has unseated enlightenment liberalism. Or its giving it a strong contest.

    I'm not sure that enlightenment anything was popular with the right, secular or otherwise, as anything other than a pretext anyway. Gotta serve the money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anticlimatic View Post
    Bust out the comparisons! I'm down.
    I'm asking the question rather than making a point.

    Maybe the OP is suggesting that its exclusively a secular left thing, in which case it might've been prejudice, I dont know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lark View Post
    I'm asking the question rather than making a point. Maybe the OP is suggesting that its exclusively a secular left thing, in which case it might've been prejudice, I dont know.
    Damn, I was hoping you were about to contribute something new and creative.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anticlimatic View Post
    Damn, I was hoping you were about to contribute something new and creative.
    You're doing well at keeping the ould snark in check then.

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