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March 02, 2005

That imaginary Amendment

As I mentioned here, the Supreme Court, today, will begin hearing arguments regarding two cases involving the legality of displaying the Ten Commandments. Still no mention about whether they will also discuss the legality of referring to the day as Wednesday or the month as March.

The Christian Post reports that prayer vigils will be held across the nation (this would be by Christians. Obviously the Norse nor the Greeks have nothing to worry about)

House majority leader Tom DeLay is quoted as saying, “I hope the Supreme Court will finally read the Constitution and see there's no such thing, or no mention, of separation of church and state in the Constitution.”

Posted by Jack Lewis at March 2, 2005 10:05 AM

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Here is a little different take on maybe how Christians should be viewing this issue....


Posted by: Dignan at March 3, 2005 09:51 AM

Dignan missed the point entirely. It's not about using the government to try to push Christianity. It's about preventing the government from censoring Christianity. The USA was founded on Christian principles and to edit that out of history is wrong. As wrong as ignoring the contributions of any religion, race or group. Why delete the facts of the historical place Christianity has had in America? And why would we allow that to happen as if there's nothing wrong with it?

Posted by: Jack at March 3, 2005 06:00 PM

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