In this timely and wide-ranging book, one of America's leading public intellectuals explores the rise of radical secular humanism as a religious experience. London shows that while secular humanism has it's saints, sinners, and even its quasi-religious rituals, it is too anemic and self-centered a philosophy of life to serve America and the West in its battle against the threat of radical Islam.
Table of Contents
Secularism: America's New Religion 11
Truth as a Relative Concept 25
The Limitations of Science 33
Government's Rationalist Largesse 42
Patriotism as a Moral Problem 52
Tolerance, Discrimination, and Discernment 66