Some interesting comments here by Baroness Warsi;
“The minister, who is also chairman of the Conservative Party, says: “My fear today is that a militant secularisation is taking hold of our societies. We see it in any number of things: when signs of religion cannot be displayed or worn in government buildings; and where religion is sidelined, marginalised and downgraded in the public sphere. “For me, one of the most worrying aspects about this militant secularisation is that at its core and in its instincts it is deeply intolerant. It demonstrates similar traits to totalitarian regimes – denying people the right to a religious identity because they were frightened of the concept of multiple identities.”
She is 100% and I find it interesting that Warsi, a Muslim, has the courage to speak up for those of us with Faith. I contrast her directness with the pusillanimity of so many of our so-called Religious leaders. Of course we should all be a bit more tolerant, me included but the naked intolerance of the secularist fringe is disturbing and it needs curtailed.