Questions for Clennett on secularism
Would Mr Bill Clennett please explain what he thinks “secularism” actually means? And then would he explain why he thinks secularism in public services is a bad thing? Can anybody explain why secularism is bad – outside of a theocracy?
Would he also explain why any religion can follow holy books which attack others – yet these religious people can complain when they feel under threat by laws asking for a level playing field for everyone?
Finally, would Mr Clennett agree that school children should be given extra instruction about religion, including its role through history and its effect in supporting war after war after war?