12-01-2012, 05:59 PM
- Join Date
- Jun 2008
There are completely secular reasons to oppose both abortion and gay marriage.
The fact that most opposition is based upon religious belief neither invalidates that opposition, nor does it indicate an attempt to impose religious belief.
How does the inclusion of the word 'God' in a poem, in a third person narrative usage, no less, impose religious beliefs upon any one?
Does, or does not, the unconstitutional suppression of free religious expression, as occurred in the OP, in fact impose the secularist belief of the supposed atheist/agnostic onto those who believe in God?
In the case of the OP, it is not the rights of the secularist that are being trampled, but the rights of the student.
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