I am glad to see the changes.... this country was not founded on Christianity alone..
and now it looks like "ALL" religions will acknowledged...
I really like this part of the article...
""I had a father who was born a Muslim but became an atheist, grandparents who were non-practicing Methodists and Baptists, and a mother who was skeptical of organized religion, even as she was the kindest, most spiritual person I've ever known. She was the one who taught me as a child to love, and to understand, and to do unto others as I would want done," he said. "
Your thoughts ...
Answer by krazyash023 at 10:09 AM on Feb. 5, 2009
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Answer by BoobooHealer at 10:19 AM on Feb. 5, 2009
The country wasn't founded on Christianity alone. That's just a fact. And I think that's where this may "ruffle some feathers".
Sure Christianity influenced part of our country's development but so did other beliefs. The laws we have were based on ideas present throughout several religions, not just Christianity alone. The biggest influence Christianity had was to ensure our government did not establish any religion which leads to persecution as was taking place all over Europe. I have a journal entry on it.
Answer by KristiS11384 at 10:20 AM on Feb. 5, 2009
Answer by Anonymous at 10:20 AM on Feb. 5, 2009
Answer by NotPanicking at 10:27 AM on Feb. 5, 2009
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