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"Modern secularism is considered to be a form of idolatry."

By whom? More importantly, secularism implies a total lack of worship, be it of idols or otherwise. PFoster 20:28, 16 July 2007 (EDT)

Idolotry is classified as the worship of anything that is not God. If modern secularists means humanists, they, by definition, worship themselves; not God. So, even if it's not the commonly accepted definition of bowing down in a temple to a statue, its still idolatry. User:StevenM

Idolatry is defined as the worship of idols (google it); what idol do secularists worship? User:Bogart12