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Foundation defends public religious symbols on

(http://www NULL.opposingviews (http://www NULL.opposingviews is a lively website that pits expert opinion against expert opinion from both sides of today’s hot issues.  Questions up for debate under the Religion category include:

  • Does Islam Promote Violence? (http://www NULL.opposingviews
  • Consider Faith in Elections? (http://www NULL.opposingviews
  • U.S. a Christian Nation? (http://www NULL.opposingviews
  • Prayer in Public Schools? (http://www NULL.opposingviews
  • Pastors Endorsing Politicians? (http://www NULL.opposingviews 

At the invitation of OpposingViews, The Foundation for Moral Law this week weighed in on the question, “Should Religious Symbols be Displayed on Public Property? (http://www NULL.opposingviews“  We provided 5 reasons why “Yes” is the correct answer, while Dr. William Martin of the Baker Institute, Rice University, provided his reasons why he believes ”No” is the answer.

OpposingViews provides a valuable service in a pleasantly-readable format that cuts through the spin and propoganda to let truth have a fair shot at being heard.  Thomas Jefferson would be a fan since it was he who wrote in his Virginia Religious Freedom Act (http://www NULL.morallaw NULL.htm) that

truth is great and will prevail if left to herself, that she is the proper and sufficient antagonist to error, and has nothing to fear from the conflict, unless by human interposition disarmed of her natural weapons, free argument and debate, errors ceasing to be dangerous when it is permitted freely to contradict them.

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  1. public opinion (http://uthink says:

    Very nice post. Thank you very much.

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