you bet it does. especially the perverse 'secularism' prevalent in india
From: Bharat Gupt <email@example.com>
Date: Fri, Jul 27, 2012 at 7:58 PM
Subject: Lecture : "Does Secularism Breed Immorality?" Habitat Centre August 8, 2012 6:30pm
Lodi Road, New Delhi
Does the Secular State Breed Immorality?
Prof Ramdas Lamb
(Dept of Religion, University of Hawaii)
Wednesday, 8 Aug, 2012
Casurina Hall 6:30 pm
Prof Bharat Gupt
For nearly two decades public life in India has seen unprecedented rise in corruption. Legislators, politicians, academics, professionals, bureaucrats, religious leaders, judges and the armed forces have all been accused of horrendous moral lapses.
The rise of immorality coincides with the preaching and practice of secularism by the Indian State which has kept religion out of the educational institutes and thus deprived full two generation of the moral values that religions teach.
Is secularism capable of presenting any set of moral values all by itself?
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