QUESTIONS - Blancarte (FEBRUARY 28) 1. What is religion's opposite?

How would terms like "secular," "laicist," "nonreligious," and "anti-religious (as in a state which bans or restricts ALL religions in favor of an official ideology)" oppose religion in different ways (in your culture)? 2. What makes "laicization" unique in Latin America? To what extent is it necessary given the split throughout the region between Catholicism, Protestantism, and "popular religion"?

3. What, in your view, is the proper relationship between religion and politics in a democratic society? Should an elected official put aside her/his religious values to acquiesce to the secular consensus of the public'?

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