Not too long ago I had a nice discussion with Jonathan Pearce that lead to his posting about the Münchhausen trilemma.
This is an interesting thing I picked up on while debating with a (surprisingly nice) Presuppositional Apologist.
The interesting thing that came about was that once both theists and atheists come to accept the Münchhausen trilemma as the major issue in epistemology that it is, I think that secularism in terms of governance follows as a result. This post is to explain why I think that to be the case.
It should be said that if you haven't read up on the Münchhausen trilemma, follow the links above to check it out before continuing with this article.