Who's Afraid Of Secularism? The U.S. Constitution Mandates That Our Government Be Officially Non-Religious. To Christian Nationalists, That's A Problem

Rob Boston

But Barr’s attack on secularism seems clearly aimed at a broader target: He’s gunning against secular government. Many of the criticisms in his Notre Dame speech and in other venues could just as easily have been aimed at church-state separation

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