11. You listen to, and appreciate, Satchmo's "Wonderful World."
10. You bake, and enjoy, brioche.
9. You enjoy technology developed by secularists like Henry Ford and Karl Benz.
8. You enjoy technology developed by secularists like Thomas Edison and Albert Einstein.
7. You enjoy music written by secularists like Beethoven and Mozart.
6. You enjoy books written by secularists like
5. You enjoy Kirkeby and Waller's "All that Meat and No Potatoes." (this counts even if you enjoy it in private with your spouse!)
4. You go to a doctor trained at secular medical schools.
3. You do #9 on roads developed by Roman pagan engineers.
2. You read the book of Esther, which since it never mentions God, must have come from a secularist.
1. You make casatiello and enjoy it.
Plus 1; you think Samoset and Squanto had their priorities in order when they first met the Pilgrims and greeted them. Looks like I'm pretty worldly by this score, which makes me pretty glad for the doctrines of sola fide and sola gratia.