A Godless Passover

The following is an excerpt from The Washington Post’s On Faith… It’s only fitting for two religions to celebrate Passover. For me, Passover represents twos. It’s true and false, disgusting and uplifting, religious and secular, traditional and nontraditional. There is no historical or archaeological evidence that Moses existed, that Israelites were slaves in Egypt, or …

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Federal funding of religious institutions

Both secular and religiously-affiliated entities have long received funding from the government to provide social services. Until the mid-1990s the constitutional rights of taxpayers and social service recipients were protected because entities receiving federal financial assistance had to abide by employment non-discrimination laws and constitutional religious liberty protections. Religiously-affiliated organizations like Catholic Charities, Jewish Federation, …

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Religious control of sex education harms children

Since 1981, the federal government has allocated more than $1 billion for abstinence-only-until marriage programs throughout the nation. President Obama’s 2010 budget has zeroed out funding for two abstinence-only-until-marriage sex education programs making it clear that he wants no more congressional funding for failed abstinence-only programs. In its place, President Obama’s budget has created a …

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