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With Liberty & Prayer For All

Claiming to champion the right for prayer in school classrooms, it seems more like a call for replacing the State with the Church: "The state does not grant us our rights. These are endowed in us from depths far beyond the powers of mere states to effect. Unbelievers may not give to these depths the same name that believers do. Yet it will not hurt us, believers and nonbelievers, to take part in the same brief rituals that direct our eyes to these depths. " I'm not sure whether I am more stunned or angered that people beleive this kind of nonsense. His Disney-fied solution for 'inclusive' prayer not only strikes me as a slippery slope, but also sounds like the many bad religious studies classes already being taught!

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