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53 crore, Which inquiry officer will dare to probe the role of Chief Minister’s son or give an adverse finding? such as cereals. Giriraj Meena, allegedly involved in a murder case, For all the latest Lucknow News, Restore internet connectivity in districts as it has been causing students problems. including the party national convenor Arvind Kejriwal, the NIA produced him before the special judge with a request that Naveed wanted to make a confessional statement under Section 164 CrPC. he had accused the BJP of playing “dirty politics” yesterday. Commenting on the clip purportedly showing him the 24-year-old Patidar leader said it was the beginning of dirty politics and the BJP would release many more such “morphed” videos to defame him ahead of polls “Just a few days back I had told the media that such CDs will be circulated This is just the beginning of dirty politics I am sure that BJP people would circulate some more CDs because the man who did it recently joined the party in Delhi But I am not worried at all about such tactics” he told reporters yesterday Alleging that the women of Gujarat were being denigrated Patel said on Twitter in Hindi that crores of rupees were being spent to sully his image He also vowed to fight back For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsGerry O’Hanlon assesses the role which religion could assume in the Ireland of today a country which has become sadly a place of ‘loads of money but no vision’ It may be time to re-imagine the role that religion plays in society With all the good things that the Celtic Tiger and our Western world have given us there is a growing sense of something important that is missing The heading to a recent piece by Fintan O’Toole (Irish Times Jan 10 2006) put it succinctly: Loads of money but no vision At a time of great gain not just materially we in Ireland are conscious of a lack of vision of soul Faced with the scourges of drug and alcohol abuse soaring gun crime high suicide rates a shockingly inefficient health service an apparent inability to tackle road deaths an almost invisible under-class we look around for inspiration What ideas are there in our public discourse that will enable us to find common purpose in enjoying our new-found wealth and confidence in a sustainable and inclusive way The Taoiseach is quoted recently as saying that his religious faith “is both a personal matter for me as well as being an important part of my life and of my perspective on public affairs…religious belief and practice is not a purely private matter with no place in public discourse” (Irish Times February 23 2006) We all know by now what that this cannot mean a return to any kind of confessional State This is not desired even by the Christian churches themselves by the Catholic Church definitively in its Decree on Religious Freedom in Vatican II and once again in most recent times by Pope Benedict XVI in his first Encyclical Deus Caritas Est And the severe erosion of the moral authority of the Catholic Church in Ireland due to the recent exposure of sexual scandal as well as authoritarian rule in the past makes even any remote threats of a confessional state risible But is Ireland and the Western world as a whole best served by an understanding of the separation of Church and State which relegates the role of religion to the private sphere This until recently has been the dominant world-view in the West It is a view which we in Ireland for historical reasons have come to rather late and therefore may be reluctant to change For many it may well be a view which is only reinforced by certain exceptions which are often cited- the powerful voice of the Christian Religious Right in North American politics and the most visible if not most typical face of Islam world-wide Amir Taheri writes that “today the visible Islam the loudest Islam is a political movement masquerading as a religion” (Sunday Times February 12 2006) With examples like these and memories of the sometimes divisive effect of religion in our own NIreland conflict situation we may be reluctant to reconsider a more public role for religion And yet…if there are resources within our religious traditions which can help us in our present search for meaning should we not be seeking to mine them in the most positive way possible There are two obvious ways of doing this which already in fact take place One is by way of the Church talking to itself about issues of public concern and this having a positive knock-on effect in public life A second useful approach is by way of an ethical secular analysis that is in line with Christian teaching-the Justice Desk of CORI has been doing this heroically for many years But is there any way for religious people to be even more upfront to bring the great religious symbols like God Trinity Creation Incarnation Fall Sin Grace and so on into public discourse Could the religious story of whatever hue be helpful in providing vision inspiration meaning without any sense of coercion Might the symbolic power of the story of the Good Shepherd be the kind of energy we need to tackle the scandals of homelessness and disadvantage which continue to plague our society Might the narrative of the extraordinarily ordinary God-man Jesus nailed to a cross by a love that is vindicated in his resurrection be a source of mystery and hope to us in a world that often seems lonely and meaningless It would seem that there may indeed be a space opening up for this kind of religious voice to be heard Cultural analysts point to a growing dissatisfaction with an exclusively scientific and technological approach to life and a corresponding increase in respect for the contribution of music art literature love and even religion Similarly the academic gurus of the Liberal political establishment now acknowledge that secularism as much as religion is a belief and that there is scope for a constructive public dialogue between these two systems a dialogue which may be able to provide much-need moral capital to shore up the project of Liberalism Within the Judaeo-Christian tradition which has most deeply marked our culture there are thousands of years of reflection and wisdom on the human condition which can inspire us in our present situation We cannot afford to relegate to the private sphere what is often the most important motivating factor in people’s lives including their public lives We need intelligent discourse and reflection about how George Bush understands the role of prayer in his decision to go into Iraq about Tony Blair’s belief that he will judged by God for this same political act But also why Marin Luther King was inspired by the Christian Gospel in his prophetic quest for civil rights and why the Cardinal Archbishop of Los Angeles Roger Mahony has this month “ordered his clergy to defy proposed legislation against illegal aliens and used his annual Lenten message to call his flock to fast for the liberalization of immigration law” (The Tablet March 11 2006) We need all this for Christians and secularists but also for Muslims who are trying to negotiate their own understanding of the connection between religion and society They are not impressed by what they perceive as the West’s capitulation to secularism in the public sphere They are trying in the space of decades to negotiate a journey which took Christians centuries with many wars along the way They will be helped if we can show them that it is possible to have Church-State separation without eliminating the voice of religion in society a curiously illiberal if hopefully temporary outcome of our own cultural journey in the West We need wisdom and imagination to grasp this opportunity to allow religion to inspire our public discourse Let’s hope that the structured dialogue between the Government and religious organizations due to start in the coming months will be a positive step in this direction

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