Church and State

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3 Responses to “Church and State”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Our founding fathers made God a part of our Constitution for a reason. They knew we couldn’t make it without God. What has happened? I mean, come on, our President said America is not a Christian nation. America just needs to say we are Christian nation and other religions are allowed. We can still have freedom, but live by what George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton, John Adams and many others left us to follow.

  2. vane Says:

    It can’t be helped but they should be two diffrent things not one.

  3. Lucky Says:

    The marriage between a man and a woman is soley based on church but used as justification to put into law by the government to deny rights for gays and lesbians to marry. A right that all citizens should be able to achieve. States who deny the equal rights of all people, have no right representing the people. Taxes are paid by homosexuals as well as hetersexuals … if the laws do not include gays and lesbians, then they should not apply to them either.

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