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That I can simultaneously respect their very real experiences of God, and believe in fairies and magic and modern paganism, and also be a devout science - and rationalist atheist is not so much agnosticism nor relativism as a form of pan-secretism; a seeming paradox does not tell us that something is wrong with our model, but that there are multiple levels of analysis, all accurate.
"It has already been stated that the Tennessee Synod is unique among the synods constituting the United Synod in having rules against pulpit - and altar-fellowship and secret societies; and the United Synod has pledged itself not to employ in its general work, in its theological seminary, in its mission operations, in the editing of its official organ, any person who would foster secretism or unionistic fellowship."
In my ministry, up to that time, I had been engaged in pressing the claim of the law of love in its application of slave-holding, spirit of caste, secretism and sectism.
The church and school remain free from rum, sect and secretism up to the present time.
The founders of the college saw that in every community where they, raised their voices against slavery, caste, secretism, rum-selling, any popular vice, immediately members of the sects would be found shrinking from the proclamation of truth and the utterance of their own convictions, lest by so doing they should peril the safety of their sects, or denominations.
Whilst there I organized a school and gathered together believers into a church, delivered from rum, secretism and sect.