..then it stands to order that it's practice is not protected under the US Constitution, nor should Christian claim any anti-religious persecution on that basis.
Christian institutions should no longer be afforded any tax breaks or benefits associated with religious charities, ect.
So which is it, Christianity?
This is a joke right?
On this subject, I never joke son.
If christians are going to tout this line that they're not a religion, then they should forfiet all the perks that come with it.
GSK, if we didn't differ so much on principle I'd kiss you right now, because that essentially sums up the point of structured religious practice in our society.
This idea of ascension above the rest of the world through religion should be met with the same attitude when it comes to those privileges.
You can't scream "special" all the way up the ladder and hope that your friends won't stop holding it for you.
That's just it; their flavor of special-snowflake syndrome doesn't even let a lot of them even admit it IS a religion.
And I'm sorry, but there is no "Freedom of Relationships with God" in the Bill of Rights, nor be there such a listing in other breaks that religious institutions are offered. Just sick of Christians wanting it both ways.