If someone wants to make their religious beliefs government policy, does that give you any reason to ask questions?
Like I said, what pray-tell does anything you bring to the table have to do with the subject of this thread?
You like so many others see religion and never even read what the article says, but get on the defense and start attacking the reason for where or what it is doing here for.
So unless you want to partake in the debate between YEC and OEC, which by the way is a Christian in house debate, then go find another thread to disrupt.
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The govenrment HAs made their religious beliefs govenrment policy, and as such, we have the right to question it- last we checked, religious beliefs are NOT banned in public discussions- however, folks seekign to push discussions involving religious precepts out of public view certainly would apparently like to have them banned, or at least buried. Till such a ban takes place, it’s certainyl reasonable to discuss issues affectign policy, and hte state of Christian views in science and politics, in public forums- I know that probably really grates on yours, and other DC folk’s nerves, but you all will carry on just fine, and hte world isn’t goign to crumble down around you when peopel openly discuss religion in public