Eighty-five percent of Americans claim some form of religious affiliation. The public display of religious symbols, though, is always controversial, whether we’re talking about the Ten Commandments in a courthouse or nativity scenes in a park. In the ongoing debate about religious imagery’s proper place, where do we draw the line between private faith and public religious expression?
Found this topic on a website and thought I'd ask it here.(http://www.opposingviews.com/questions/should-religious-symbols-be-displayed-on-public-property)
Answer by Cinnamon-mom at 10:20 PM on Jul. 5, 2009
Answer by mizkaye at 9:03 PM on Jul. 5, 2009
doesn't effect me none if they do..
Answer by necro1134 at 9:06 PM on Jul. 5, 2009
Answer by IhartU at 9:08 PM on Jul. 5, 2009
i know what you were saying lol i know if my religion had things displayed on public property people would be offended and there would be an outrage about it, which is why i respect other people and would/will only display it on/in my own property :)
Answer by necro1134 at 9:12 PM on Jul. 5, 2009
Answer by Steff107 at 9:14 PM on Jul. 5, 2009
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Answer by IhartU at 9:17 PM on Jul. 5, 2009
Answer by Freela at 9:17 PM on Jul. 5, 2009
Answer by thehairnazi at 9:20 PM on Jul. 5, 2009