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Posted by Richard Ruquist on June 28, 2002 13:38:38 UTC

In a discussion on Nat Public Radio the claim is made that the Supreme Court decision is neutral with regard to church-state separation. That is, it neither satisfies the strict separationists who applaud the Circuit Court decision, nor does it satisfy the significant percentage of the conservatives who wish to turn the USA into a Christian nation.

Red Flag

Apparently the aim of that group, according to commentators on NPR, is to make Christianity the official religion of the USA.

It's the first time I ever heard that.

Any comments?

BTW- I endorse the neutral position, which allows mention of God at official gatherings, but does not endorse any one religion including atheism.

Regards,

Richard

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