The Center for Inquiry held its Moving Secularism Forward conference last week in Orlando. Reason Science Correspondent Ronald Bailey reports back in this second dispatch about how John Locke's views on religious toleration are relevant today; how philosopher Daniel Dennett thinks that atheists can seduce religionists into nonbelief; and he wonders why secularists have such a touching faith in government monopoly schools.
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