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Atheist Community of San Jose Message Board › Something ACSJ should research

Something ACSJ should research

Invisible Pink U.
user 39389902
Morgan Hill, CA
Post #: 60
What is the US Treasury's official definition of "God" when it prints "In God We Trust" on the back of US currency? Given separation of church and state, along with the typical context in which "God" is used in this country, I think the US Treasury owes us an answer.
Larry G.
user 21521611
Campbell, CA
Post #: 4
Actually, Joel, the Federal Reserve Bank that prints our money is a private institution. That alone should scare the shit out of you. But, being private, it isn't actually part of the state. It could put "In Odin We Trust," and there would be nothing for us to say about it. Kinda gives you the feeling of being owned, doesn't it?confused
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