October 6, 2005

Americans Struggle With Church-State Separation

Americans struggle with church-state separation issues

According to the survey described in this article, 50% of Americans oppose having a clear boundary between church and state. They also appear to favor religious liberty when it applies to Christians and less so for persons of other religions.

These attitudes have been shaped by the neo-con propaganda machine. It is time for a backlash. It is time for those of us who have a problem with this to do our part in educating the public and attempting to reverse the damaging influence of this propaganda. If "truth" means correspondence with objective and historical reality, then it is on our side.

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