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From: Tom ZeCat (z-cat.vegsource.com)
Subject:         You've got it completely wrong
Date: December 19, 2007 at 12:40 pm PST

In Reply to: I'm beginning to think you are as whacked as Bart and Rosie. posted by soooright on December 19, 2007 at 10:18 am:

Of course a Christian has the right to practice his religion. What he doesn't have the right to do is to force it on others or make others financially support it. I have no problem whatsoever with a Chrstian saying grace in a restaurant. What I do have a problem with is a public institution endorsing prayer. For example, if a public high school has an official prayer over the PA system at a football game, that's a problem. If a group of Christians get together before the game on their own and have a prayer, that's no problem whatsoever. If a school holds official prayers before class the way they used to, that's a problem. If a Christian group forms a club at school where members meet at lunch time and have their prayers, that's no problem.

Religion is only a problem if it's exercised as an official part of the government. As long as religion is exercised purely as a voluntary act separate from government, it's not a problem. It's simply part of the people's freedom of religion.

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