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Where is the Clergy When We Need Them?

Harold15 Wrote: Nov 26, 2012 4:43 AM
Anti-Christian groups such as the ACLU and the Democrat party cite Jefferson as the person pushing for the separation of church and state. They won't tell you, and probably will deny it, that during his presidency, church was held in the Capitol Building and that was where he attended church.
Donjindra Wrote: Nov 26, 2012 1:03 PM
" They won't tell you, and probably will deny it, that during his presidency, church was held in the Capitol Building and that was where he attended church."

The Capitol Building was one of the few buildings in Washington at the time. Prayer groups still meet in the Capital building. Churches meet in school buildings even today. Jefferson was no Christian.
How do you suppose the courts would view a letter from a teacher to her students ending with the wording, “I reciprocate your kind prayers for the protection and blessing of the common Father and Creator of man”?  A little awkward for 21st Century English, but this is how Thomas Jefferson ended a letter that he wrote in January of 1802.  Was Jefferson acting in violation of the U.S. Constitution by...