|Title:||Clergy in the Classroom: The Religion of Secular Humanism|
|Authors:||David A. Noebel , J.F. Baldwin , Kevin J. Bywater|
|Number of pages:||156|
This book makes the case that Secular Humanism is a full-fledged religious worldview. It looks at historical positions of Secular Humanist leaders and shows how, in the past, they promoted their views as a religion in order to gain the perks of other religions, such as tax-exemption. Now that other religions have been forced out of the educational arena, Secular Humanism has been granted privileged access to government-sanctioned schools while claiming to be morally neutral, scientifically derived, and educationally fruitful.