Secular government runs along humanistic and rational lines. People, who make up the government, have the freedom to whatever religion they want, as is the population.
Rather than withering away, organized religion has a large presence in many parts of the modern world (Thompson, 1992 pp. Whereas participation in churches has sharply fallen in many modern societies in Europe, the picture is still complicated.
In the 90s eighty one percent of the British, and forty percent of Italians attended church at least once a week. S, a modern society, approximately forty percent attend church on a regular basis.
As a cultural condition, modernity colors religions perception in various ways.
Popular modernization theorists such as Daniel Bell and Karl Marx have asserted that the result of economic development is persistent cultural changes.
There are three forms of secularization: privatization of religion, social differentiation, and the decline of religion.
According to secularization theory, as contemporary society advances, it will become more secular and religion will in turn become hollow.
This paper presents a discussion the impact of religion on modernity. A traditional meaning of this term refers to the social conditions that resulted from the rise of industrialization.
Certainly, the term modernity is normally used to describe the social patterns that accompanied the Industrial Revolution, which commenced in mid-eighteenth century in Western Europe.
Secularism is the belief that religion should be a personal, private, and voluntary affair, which does not impose on others.
Thus, secularization is the process of things becoming more secular.