Michele Hanson in the Guardian yesterday bemoaned what she percieves as the crumbling of secularism. Secularism, which the media likes to hold as the epitome of civilised society, apparently is giving way to people interested in faith. Fundamentalists is the term used by our print media friends.
Similar to the article I linked to a couple of months ago Michele is seeing Churches spring up around the corner and missionaries on the street. 'Missionary,' she seethes, 'is my least favourite word'. It seems as if something is going on, a revolution perhaps. Click on the link below to read the story:
Oh, pity the poor infidel who just wants to be left alone.
Also of interest to me, and in the news today is the Intelligent Design v Creationism v Evolution debate. The Archbishop of Cantebury, Rowan Williams has said that he doesn't think Creationism should be taught in schools. He thinks it could detract from the doctrine. The Guardian has the interview here.