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As the newly minted nation went about forging a federation of ethnic groups that had little in common apart from their faith, top-down secularism ran up against bottom-up Islamism.

From Time

India’s constitution, which was read aloud at protests against the law across the country, guarantees equality and explicitly enshrines secularism.

From Time

Threats for online reportersRaif Badawi is a prominent blogger known for advocating secularism and a homegrown liberal system of governance in Saudi Arabia.

From Fortune

But the enemy of the new emirs is neither the Jew nor the Christian, it is the godless militant defending secularism.

In a country with a constitution that values secularism, religion is still the prime indicator of morality and goodness.

Nevertheless, the triumph of West Coast spiritualism over East Coast secularism has civilization-wide implications.

The Turkish history of imposed Jacobin Secularism ended up creating virtual segregation against observant Muslims.

He talks about how growing secularism goes hand in hand with the destruction of European culture.

There never was a time when these things would not have been denounced by Secularism as crimes against humanity.

Mr. Blomfield talks very freely, in conclusion, about the "fruits" of Christianity and Secularism.

On the other hand, our party is comparatively small and poor, and Christian laws prevent our holding any trusts for Secularism.

It is said that a lecturer on Secularism was once asked, Why cant you let the Bible alone, if you dont believe it?

Secularism, on the contrary, concerns itself with the things of "to-day."

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On this page you'll find 28 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to secularism, such as: blasphemy, fallacy, agnosticism, apostasy, atheism, and defection.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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