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Separation of Church and Home

zoebob Wrote: Oct 31, 2012 1:51 PM
I agree unless residents are allowed to hold parties or other activities in common areas as often happens in a group living type places: a group can reserve an area for a specific activity. I would have no problem with a muslim group or a morman group or some other group wanting to use an area for a purpose for a certain time as long as it's standard practice. If they can have a knitting club or chess tournament they could have some sort of religious group as long as any religious group is allowed.
In a new low by those suffering from the belief that all things religious are like asbestos in the ceiling tiles of society, a senior living complex has denied an elderly widow the freedom to pray and talk about her faith in a common area. Why? Because the complex accepts U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development funds.

This is a wrongheaded view of “separation of church and state” on steroids. The Constitution does not create a separation of church and home.

The left has long sought to remove religions—and especially Judeo-Christian religions—from any location outside of church.