Liberals think that Secularism should replace Christianity as the basis for our society. What makes them think that secularism is any different than a religion when it comes to how a person believes in something? Isn't Secularism just another belief system? Secularists believe in materialism and in science. They limit their existence to the here and now. Secularism does not acknowledge God and does away with any accountability to God. In contrast, a Christian is concerned with the welfare of his soul: "What does it profit a man to gain the whole world, and suffer the loss of his soul?" (Mark. 8:36) Christianity has a solid moral base whereas Secularism has none. Although many of today's secularists might believe in a God or gods, a true Secularist by any definition must be an Atheist. An atheist does not believe in God. Isn't Atheism a belief system just as Christianity is a belief system? Why should our government only reflect the belief system of Atheism/Secularism? If a child should be taught the sciences in school and be taught all about the world around him including history, shouldn't he also be taught about the belief of God? Why should he only be given an Atheistic training? Shouldn't he also be taught the existence of God for a well-rounded education? By eliminating any reference to God in our schools a child is being led to believe in the "religion" or belief system of Atheism. Isn't that the Government instituting a preference for one belief system over another? Isn't the omission of God basically a governmental statement? Isn't that essentially establishing Atheism/Secularism as a "government religion" to be pushed upon our children?