I came across a comment thread somewhere on the net several days ago and can't find it. That's not important though. I don't even remember the exact topic of the article or video. Maybe it was about the religion driving violence. One of the commentators was arguing that Soviet and Chinese atrocities are to be attributed to a kind of religiosity, atheism in this case. I agreed with him. His point was that secular humanism was the antidote. I know that secularism is a religion as well. Any thoughts on this distinction?