Religious censorship has always brought together important social, moral and artistic issues in challenging conjunctions. In a modern world often described as post‐Christian, controversy remains active in areas from education to advertising and on subjects from abortion to Satanism. Historical concerns about blasphemy have taken on special moral and legal dimensions in today′s community. Offending reasonable people and harming the innocent are matters of majority rather than sectarian concern. Discusses representative issues and arguments and presents contemporary examples.
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