Islamic sentiments from a Christian professor

“I consider the secular a myth. I consider it a metaphysical impossibility. The notion of the secular assumes that there is an area of life from which God is absent. And since I don’t actually believe that, the secular seems to me to be an illusion.” Stephen Carter, Professor of Law, Yale University.



Categories: Christianity, God, Islam, Secularism

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