Among some of the comments there has been debate on how Habermas and Ratzinger see their own positions with regards to “The Dialectics of Secularization”. While there is much agreement in the book of this title, Habermas does say in “Between Naturalism and Religion” that he doesn’t think that burka’s should be banned from personal use and that crosses should be banned from schools. I don’t think Ratzinger would agree. Anyway, as tensions flare up in France as we speak since the Burka was banned last week, here is a good video that shows the “unfair” or “asymetrical” burden placed on rleigious people. It is a great illustration of the problem that pluralism in modernity faces on the question of God.