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Creationist Ken Ham: Public Schools “Impose the Religion of Secular Humanism” on Kids

There's this absurd mindset in conservative Christian circles that neutrality with regards to religion is somehow anti-religious. If people in positions of power aren't preaching Christianity left and right, there's anti-Christian bias afoot.The concept of a pluralistic society where people of different beliefs can live and work together means nothing to them.Case in point: Creationist Ken
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