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Air Force Removes ‘God’ From Logo
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 10371412:MV8xNzc3MjkwXzI5NTE4NjAwXzdCRDAwMDY1] misinterpretation of the 1st amendment about Congress not establishing a national religion. The US was founded as a Christian nation, reaffirmed in 1892 in a US Supreme Court decision that did an exhaustive research of the founding documents, however what that intended was that the federal (now feral) Congress could not establish a denomination. Catholics and Protestants were at war with each other in Europe and the Pilgrims and Puritans fled there for religious freedom within or underneath the large Christian umbrella. There is absolutely no prohibition what so ever from each state declaring themselves to be a Christian denomination. Georgia could pass into law that they are Baptists, Utah could declare themselves to be Mormons, although that is pseudo Christian, Kentucky could be the Presbyterian state, and so on. The constitution only prohibits making the entire nation one specific Christian denomination. [/quote]
A Virginia lawmaker is calling on the Air Force to reverse a decision to remove a Latin reference to “God” from a logo after an atheist group complained.
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