Asked if He’s an Old Testament or New Testament Guy, Donald Trump Responds “Probably Equal”

Here’s my not-very-surprising theory on Donald Trump‘s faith: Trump doesn’t care about religion. Not in a good way. Not in a church/state separation sort of way. Not because he’s thought about it and come to any meaningful decision on the matter. He just doesn’t think about it, period. As usual, he says whatever people want to hear.

That means he has to use the right buzzwords, referring to the Bible whenever possible and mentioning Jesus often.

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Christian Law School Dean: The Government Can’t Impose Laws Contradicting the Bible

If I told you that law students at Liberty University don’t understand the Constitution, you wouldn’t bat an eye. Of course they don’t. What else did anyone expect?

But can’t we expect more from the person running the place?

Liberty University Law School interim dean Rena Lindevaldsen gave a speech recently in which she explained how our government can absolutely push religious values on us… as long as those values are Christian:



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Watch Matt Dillahunty Respond to the Argument, “But That’s in the Old Testament!”

In the latest video for his Atheist Debates project, Matt Dillahunty responds to the argument: But that’s in the Old Testament!



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Historic Army Ranger Graduation Ceremony Included Long Prayer to Jesus

You may have heard about how 1st Lt. Shaye Haver and Capt. Kristen Griest recently became the first women to graduate the U.S. Army Ranger School at Fort Benning, Georgia.

What you may not have heard was that their graduation began with a long homage to Jesus:



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Knoxville (IA) City Council Member Lashes Out Against Those Opposing Display with Christian Cross

Last week, I posted about a display that sits in taxpayer-funded Young’s Park in Knoxville, Iowa. It features a kneeling soldier, gun in hand, next to a Christian cross:

Americans United for Separation of Church and State called on the local city council to remove or change the display in order to avoid a lawsuit, but officials weren’t budging.

While the City Manager said the issue would be discussed at the next city council meeting on September 8, City Council member Tim Pitt expressed his views on Facebook. Among other things, he claims the cross has nothing to do with Christianity.

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