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Religious Myth #8: "In God We Trust" Is A Non-Religious Phrase


Atheism, Religion, Christianity, God is Imaginary, Separation of Church and State, Religious Freedom, Freedom of Religion, Freedom from Religion. One nation under god don't like it leave. Oh really? How very Christian of you. Also, please read the First Amendment of the United States Secular Constitution.


The First Amendment to the US Constitution - 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, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.


Shariamerica: Islam, Obama, and the Establishment Clause-This guy is good. HE KNOWS his stuff.Making it easy to understand w/facts SHOWING how The US is already a Shariamerica. (Obama and Clinton.)

from HubPages

Why Freedom of Speech is Absolute

Separation of Church and State: A History - TheCollegeConservative - This phrase is often used, however it does not appear in the First Amendment! These days it is used to restrict religious activity in public. This was NEVER what the founders had in mind!


Write "Allah is the only God" and recite the Islamic conversion creed. That’s an assignment being given in public middle schools in Tennessee. A Wisconsin...

from Friendly Atheist

Highlights from the Oral Arguments in Town of Greece v. Galloway

Godless Court - Peddling the Greatest Fraud - Propagating Idolatry: Chief Justice John Roberts suggesting that we would never adopt a city seal with a cross on it today — or even adopt a motto like In God We Trust. > > > “The Christian god is a being of terrific character - cruel, vindictive, capricious, and unjust.” ... Thomas Jefferson. > > > Click image!


Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore insisted that freedom of religion applies to only the God of the Bible, and therefore the protections of the establishment clause do not extend to other religions, such as Islam and Buddhism.


“The court finds that Secular Humanism is a religion for Establishment Clause purposes,” the ruling read..