Appeared in Vol. 7 No. 3

It remains the classic cry of modern man that in his efforts to flout the eternal order of the universe he is but liberating himself from a dark, backward and restrictive vision of man imposed by priestcraft during the age of the ascendancy of the Roman Catholic Church. In academe, young men and women continue to be exposed each year to an intellectual elite which claims to be leading them beyond the traditional perspective of their homes and churches into new and untried solutions to the problems of the race. We still hear that to be religious is to be old fashioned, and that to be secular is to be in advance of one’s time.

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