I wish to respond to Maureen Robinson's letter to the editor in The Telegram, July 7, headlined “Letter was extremely insulting.”
My June 30 letter, “Faith and secularism” was an attempt to unmask the errors of secularist ideology, an ideology that attempts to preserve human and democratic values in a non-moral and non-religious foundation.
Secularism means the separation of the parts of life — for example, education, politics, economics and the family from their centre, which is God.
In developing the theme of my letter, the topics were increased government involvement in our lives, child care, the need to compensate mothers for raising their children, the crisis developing over the low birth rate, euthanasia and radical feminism.
Ms. Robinson, where is the evidence, the proof, the truth that my letter was extremely insulting?