Idols of the State by James Hitchcock

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Idols of the State

Secularists Want All Religion Out of the Public Square, Except Theirs

The great historian Christopher Dawson claimed that every culture has a religion at its core, a claim that has been borne out by virtually all empirical studies. Thus, the most significant historical eras are those in which one religion is being superseded by another, as in the late Roman Empire.


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