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Child Suspended for Drawing a Crucifix

December 15, 2009

From my own home state of the People’s Republic of Massachusetts, a child from the town of Taunton, MA was suspended this week because he drew a Crucifix.  A second grader from Taunton drew a Crucifix as part of an assignment to draw something that reminded them of Christmas.  Now, this kid shows more theological [...]

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Religion in Politics and the Election of 2008

September 24, 2008

Despite the so-called “Wall of Separation” between Church and State, religion always plays a part in our nation’s politics, as many issues stem from people’s view of the world, which is often formed in large part by faith.  Religions faith touches the core of a human being;  it is a way of looking at the world, and [...]

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Christian Conservatives Mull McCain

July 3, 2008

Finally some good news for McCain on the conservative front.  Seeing as the choice in this year’s election is one between “meh” and “Oh God, NO!” a group of about 100 Christian Conservative leaders will support ”meh”.  Eventually, some Christian conservatives will come out to vote for McCain, but I still feel that voting for a candidate [...]

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