Friday, March 04, 2011

Melanie Philips gets it

On the Johns case, she remarks that the judgement

"embodies the belief that secular values are neutral whereas Christian ones are not. But this is not true at all. Used in this way, secular values – to be more precise, evangelical atheistic values -- are a direct attack on Christianity and normative western Biblical morality."

For a more detailed look at this crucial angle, and why people like High Court judges should adopt such a patently absurd view, see here.

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