Pluralism is a jealous god. When pluralism is established as dogma, there is no room for other dogmas. The assertion of other points of reference in moral discourse becomes, by definition, a violation of pluralism. Pluralism, relativity, secularization – all come to be much of a piece. There seems to be no place to stand […]
I believe that pluralistic secularism, in the long run, is a more deadly poison than straightforward persecution.
We are engaged in a social, political, and cultural war. There’s a lot of talk in America about pluralism. But the bottom line is somebody’s values will prevail. And the winner gets the right to teach our children what to believe.