Monday, May 22, 2006


True Religion

"The founders believed that true religion was not something handed down by a church or contained in a Bible, but was to be found through free, rational inquiry," U.S. District Judge John E. Jones told the graduating class at Dickinson College yesterday.

"This core set of beliefs led the founders, who constantly engaged and questioned things, to secure their idea of religious freedom by barring any alliance between church and state."

Last December, Judge Jones ruled the teaching of intelligent design in the Dover school district an unconstitutional violation of church state separation.


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