posted on Sep, 16 2007 @ 08:20 AM
Tricksters and cheaters live and work in the 'church' establishment and outside it.
The issue is about tricksters and cheats, essentially.
Outside the church, forcing atheism down our throats would be repression. That's one meaning behind statements of freedom to practise....and live
Of course the founding fathers founded America with Christian principles, in spite of their reservations about the 'church'. The evidence is
abundant, and obvious it wasn't founded on bhuddist or Krishna or even atheist principles, what ever they may be, (because they end being illogical,
to deny something exists which you can't see with human eyes!). In this context , whether atheist or not isn't a question, it's whether we are
being suppressed or not.
IN general though, the rights of man are arrived at as a consequence of spiritual belief, that people are alive, and our conduct does matter, in
accordance with Natural Law (gods LAw).
In a any case most atheists, convert to religion or weaker, agnosticism later in life. No one is an atheist for ever, unless there is no GOd or
Lets not confuse 'religion' with the particular lineage (Islam etc) or with the church institution. Religion is the science of god ('recall the