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The Philadelphia Separation of Church and State Meetup Group Pages

The Founding Fathers composed a document based upon ideas about liberty. Their differing views about religion is clear, and it is also clear that they intended to keep the spheres of governmental powers and religious freedoms separate. It is our goal, our duty as Americans, to make sure that history is not re-interpreted to destroy the Jeffersonian wall that was built to keep government out of religious disputes. Let us allow our fellow Americans to worship (or not to worship) what they wish, how they wish, where they wish, and when they wish. Let us also make sure that no religious group, regardless of their popularity, can legislate or rule according to any religious ideals, but rather remain neutral concerning religion.

Let us be the cement in that wall!

- written by Shaun McGonigal, former organizer

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About The Philadelphia Separation of Church and State Meetup Group December 2, 2010 11:08 AM Janice R.

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