Calling all secular champions

There are few things that I find more deliciously just than seeing secularists forced to confront the reality of Western post-Christianity for which they have labored so long and hard:

Recently, I wrote about Tarek ibn Ziyad Academy (TIZA), a K-8 charter school in Inver Grove Heights. Charter schools are public schools and by law must not endorse or promote religion. Evidence suggests, however, that TIZA is an Islamic school, funded by Minnesota taxpayers…. Why does the Minnesota Department of Education allow this sort of religious activity at a public school? According to Zaman, the department inspects TIZA regularly — and has done so “numerous times” — to ensure that it is not a religious school.

There’s your stage call, o brave secular warriors of godlessness! I quite look forward to seeing your bold verbal attacks and insulting rhetoric directed towards this particular group of theists violating the hallowed separation of church and state… I mean, school. In the meantime, Minnesota Christians and other theists shouldn’t hesitate to push whatever religious beliefs they see fit at their local public schools, as the precedent has clearly been set.

There will NEVER be a post-religious society. It will not happen. Secular science fiction societies are no more viable than the magical systems featured in fantasy novels. Secularism and atheism are merely gateways toward a societal return to paganism. And most likely, it will fall to Christians to rebuild the Western civilization we have decided to abandon.