It's common this time of year to hear the cheerful rounds, "Happy Holidays!" as we go about our business. We begin to see Christmas and holiday cards arrive in greater frequency and our excitement grows. As well, social tensions may surface . . .
There is nothing wrong with an open and reasoning mind. How else do we find solutions for problems? This ability to reason comes naturally for some, can be learned by others, and improved upon by all. The theory and practice of secularism is an important freedom and tool in the fruition of reasoned outcomes, as... Continue Reading →