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March 16, Religion Secularism differs from Christianity. The secularism concept rightfully focuses on independence between two groups. Christianity includes one group influencing another group. The Christianity focuses on religions’ comments on certain political issues.
In one New Yorker periodical article, James Wood correctly mentioned ecularism will flourish in our current generation and in future generations (Wood, 2011). The secularism concept is defined as the separation of the church and state. Under this concept, the state cannot significantly influence or prevent the decisions of the religious organizations. Consequently, the church cannot significantly influence or prevent the state from continuing its policies, statutes, and laws (Stearns, 2011).
Likewise, the secularism concept correctly affirms all religions have the same or equal level in society. One religious group should not be above or superior to another religious group. For example, the Buddhism religion should be superior to the Christian religion. Likewise, the Islam religion must not be superior to the Christian religion (Stearns, 2011).
Further, James Wood rightfully uses the Atheist example to prove Christianity can be reconciled with secularism. The atheist (secular) questions the theory of the big_bang explosion concept, creating the possibility of Christianity’s creation concept within a secular environment. The explosion concept disavows God’s creating the universe. By questioning the concept of the Big Bang theory, it is like a Democrat Party person questioning whether he or she is truly a Democrat.
In another article, James Wood correctly explains the issue of secularism to Gopnik. The discussion focused on current day society (The New Yorker, 2014). Gopnik’s growing up years includes having a secular family. Gopnik grew up in a deeply religious environment. Wood grew up in a Christian family environment. Both Gopnik and Wood accept the Atheism concept. Atheism disavows the presence of a God who created the universe. Both Wood and Gopnik espouse the unbridled democratic exercise of different religious beliefs and the same beliefs’ related experiences, indicating Christianity concepts can thrive well in a secular atheist environment.
Furthermore, Christianity rightfully dictates that religious leaders can advice the people on how to act or not act on certain political issues. The Christian religious leaders may lead the people to rally against the passage of certain laws that run against certain religious teachings. Such teachings include abortion, mercy killing, same sex marriage, and other issues (Stearns, 2011).
Under secularism, the religious leaders will correctly not rally the church members to oppose certain laws, statutes, or regulations. The religious leaders will the government’s policies on same sex marriage and abortion. The same religious leaders will adhere to the government’s laws on mercy killing, and political leaders paying for the repair of hurricane-damaged churches (Stearns, 2011).
Based on the prior paragraphs’ discussions, some secularism issues may correctly differ from some Christianity issues. Secularism focuses on separation between the government and religion as well as religion equality. Christianity includes the religious leaders’ rallying the members to strive to cancel the current or proposed laws. Evidently, Wood and Gopnik espoused Christianity concepts can be harmoniously reconciled with secularism issues.
Stearns, R, 2011, No, We Cants: Radical Islam, Militant Secularism, New York: Baker Books.
The New_Yorker, 2014, Out Loud: Adam Gopnik and James Wood on Atheism, The New Yorker .
Wood, J., 2011. Is That All There Is? New Yorker .