Secularism’s Tendency Towards Injustice

“But what if unbelief is precisely the problem? What if it is precisely the secularization and naturalization of our political life that ends up absolutizing it, engendering an intolerance and reign of terror for any who violate its orthodoxy? A society that forgets it is not ultimate is by nature the most prone to injustice. In that respect, unbelief is not a protection from holy wars—it is exposure to holy wars by other means.” -James K.A. Smith

https://www.cardus.ca/comment/article/4927/revolutionism-and-our-secular-age/

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