|Title:||Religion and the Human Future|
|Description:||At the core of this book is a claim about freedom within religion. Of course, we also endorse the freedom of religion, that is, the idea that everyone should have the right to practice openly and without coercion her or his religion. In addition, we endorse freedom from religion, namely, the right not to participate in any institutionalized religion. The relation between religion and freedom is one of the most basic issues being debated in our time. We hear calls for Christian or Islamic or Hindu nations. Others want to eschew religion completely within the secular state. But those forms of authoritarianism – religious and secular – threaten the integrity of social life|
|Appears in Collections:||Religion|
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