Can't we just turn Congress off and then turn it back on again?
I take exception to the continued marginalization of Christianity as "myth". We are as certain as we are about anything in antiquity that the prophet Jesus existed, called himself the Son of God, and was crucified by the Romans.
That Jesus existed is hardly debatable, any honest person would readily admit to it. Using the same source info that demonstrates that he existed, you may choose to dismiss the reports of his miracles, resurrection and assumption into heaven as falsified. That's your right. But there are plenty of us that don't, and I don't think our belief is any more blind than your denials.
The morality of abortion is not a religious belief, any more than the morality of slavery, apartheid, rape, larceny, murder or arson is a religious belief. These are norms of the natural law of mankind and can be legislated even in a completely religionless society.
Buddhists are murdered by atheist ChiComs all the time. it's a cancer and cancer must be surgically removed or it will metastasize and kill they entire organism. We need to surgically remove Atheism from American society. Irradiate them out of existence.
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Any belief system or philosophy taken to an extreme and shoved into public spaces is annoying, and only shows the contempt they must feel for their fellow man.
We are all given the freedom to interpret a Nativity Scene as anything we want. It can have profound meaning to you or you can see it as a story people tell their children. You can CHOOSE to believe in it or not. It may speak to you in a deep spiritual way or it can be just lights and plastic statues. It's up to the viewer.
But to go to such lengths to mock other peoples beliefs is just wrong--WBC being another example of people who go to an extreme to shove their beliefs in your face.