If secularism is a powerful force, why is it so often on the losing side of history? Because <strong>religion is no atavistic holdover</strong>; it's here to stay

If secularism is a powerful force, why is it so often on the losing side of history? Because religion is no atavistic holdover; it&#39;s here to
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If secularism is a powerful force, why is it so often on the losing side of history? Because religion is no atavistic holdover; it's here to stay

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