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Hogwash: Try the following sentence regarding someone moving away from their favorite watering hole:

"This seems like a heavy-handed analysis of the issue. Suggesting that people feel "entitled" to continue to attend the bar of their choice?"

That's how the secular see different. It's kind of like David's "windshield view" it "believer view". The religious see their religion as transcendent of mundane earthly things. The non-religious just see another social group, no better nor worse, nor more deserving of special privileges.

by John on Dec 5, 2012 3:33 pm • linkreport

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