Wednesday, August 30, 2006


Americans Becoming Uneasy About Christian Conservatives Imposting Religious Values

A public opinion survey conducted by the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life finds that while the public remains more supportive of religion's role in public life than in the 1960s, Americans are becoming increasingly uneasy with the approaches offered by both liberals and conservatives.

According to the report, "fully 69 percent of Americans say that liberals have gone too far in keeping religion out of schools and government. But the proportion who express reservations about attempts by Christian conservatives to impose their religious values has edged up in the past year, with about half the public (49 percent) now expressing wariness about this."


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