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Violation of Separation of Church and State

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Submitted by Bobby Burns (United States), Jul 3, 2002 at 22:45

I agree that this is a violation of Separation of Church and State. However I am sure that if the subject was Christianity, you would not object. Both religions are based on undocumented myths. i.e. the Bible and the Koran. I am sure that you probably would have no objection if all religions were similarly taught in public schools. Of course this would take too much time away from basic education. Don't forget that the only mention of God in the Declaration of Independence as of "Nature's God". ..
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