Religion in the Public Square

OK, so where DOES it state “Separation of Church & State” in the Constitution?

For many, the answer is “er, somewhere in there”.  For others, it’s an inside joke (watch and find out). I agree with the Professor – what has come to pass was never written at all.  This is splendid discussion of what I have posited in the past – that perhaps it is time to bring …

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He has risen, indeed

Today is Easter – in my mind, the most solemn, yet joyous day in the Christian calender. It is the culmination of the Old and New Testament – God’s love for us.  In His absolute holiness, our sin (from the free expression of will) is anathema – holiness cannot accept any blemish of that holiness. …

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Data Point – NH the least religious state in the Union

According to Gallup, individuals who indicated that religion is an important part of their daily life and that they attend religious services every week or almost every week were classified as “very religious” by Gallup officials. That definition would mean 40 percent of Americans nationwide are very religious, the survey found. Another 32 percent of …

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“It’s 2012 and we’re reading letters debating theology?” Yes, and we should!

In response to a Letter to the Editor in the Daily Sun (P. 4) today, i sent in this response (original Letter after the jump): I actually wonder why there is not more discussion of theology in “public square”, Mr. Carey.  After all, it was the philosophy of Judeo-Christian theology that gave rise to the …

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The Shrill Kathy On Religion, Fatties, Food Stamps, And Republicans

“I have a great diet. You’re allowed to eat anything you want, but you must eat it with naked fat people.” —Ed Bluestone It’s a different kind of day when the Shrill Kathy graces the pages of the Union Leader with feigned pity for Republican candidates. And what can be said of the Shrill Kathy where …

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Thanksgiving – Wherein US Senator Jeanne Shaheen joins in the perfidy of the New York Times regarding Freedom of Religion

Maybe, somebody ought to read this to our US Senator, Jeanne Shaheen, as she seems to has misplaced its importance: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, …

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GrokTV Event: Senator Rick Santorum on Religion in the Public Square

This past Sunday, Americans for Prosperity / NH had a Presidential Summer Celebration in Center Harbor.  Former Senator Rick Santorum (R-PA) was one that spoke. I pulled this clip out from his longer speech because it is one of the best defenses I have heard from any of the Presidential candidates thus far of why …

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Submission

From a couple of Facebook posts I did yesterday morning: I DVR most of the political Sunday shows – am watching Meet The Press and I cannot believe how badly David Gregory is hectoring Michelle Bachman on her faith in God. He just can’t seem to understand that God IS important to most folks. And …

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