A conference at Georgetown University in Washington this week focused on cleaning up what many Americans consider a dirty word — secularism.
The goal of the conference, called “Secularism on the Edge,” was, in part, to define what secularism is and what it is not. It drew participants from France, Israel and the United States — all countries with strong secular and religious strains.
“(Secularism) is a guarantee of two things: freedom of religion and freedom from religion,” said Jacques Berlinerblau, a Georgetown professor, conference organizer, and author of “How to be Secular.” Read the full article>>
Source : Washington Post