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Religious modernity seen from the angle of societies that have adopted the autonomy of individuals, thereby creating a god of their own.
Recently published books by well-known secularists claim that religion is poisonous. Some varieties of secularism say that religion need not, and should not, play any role in the life of our society.
A discussion meeting of the Oxford Secular Society, open to people of all persuasions, with Simon Barrow, co-director of the think-tank Ekklesia.