AgrarianBarbarian Wrote:
Mar 30, 2013 9:35 AM
Nah...oppostion to mix-race marriage was never primarily religious. In fact, the opposite is, broadly speaking, true. It was almost exclusively religious groups and people who opposed slavery, fought for civil rights, and battled Jim Crow - Such as thre REVEREND King. In fact, for most of the period between the Nation's founding and WWII, opposition to racism was EXCLUSIVELY religious. Both "science" and civil authority was unabashedly racist. I am an agnostic myself, and I find folks like you embarrassing. Why must our lack of faith translate into ridicule and flat-out-hatred of religious people? You undermine your own case every time you spit venom at Christians.