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That should be interesting.

The division between these points of view is not exactly trivial. Secularists might well and properly oppose the involvement of the government with particularist points of religious doctrine, but few and far between are the secularists who would insist that the government should have nothing to do with "values".

Our entire system of law is based on nothing else. The debate is not whether the law should be based on judgments of right and wrong, but rather which principles and values are grounded sufficiently to serve as the basis of those laws.

Oh, that's a way to say it.

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