Patriots Blog Against Theocracy!

July 1st to 4th will see another Blog Against Theocracy, this time focusing on the patriotism of separation of Church and State:

We’re going to be holding another blogswarm during the Fourth of July week, July 1-4.

A blogswarm is where a group of bloggers from all venues agree to post on the same topic. Our loosely framed topic for this swarm is “the separation of Church and State is patriotic.” But this is about blogging, and we’re not trying to herd anyone. Post on church/state separation, against theocracy, and you’re participating.

If you need resources, let me point you to two. Talk2Action is a blog specifically on current church/state issues. And the First Freedom First website not only provides tremendous resources, their petition is an excellent way to point your readers to ACTION on endorsing our Constitutional guarantee of the separation of church and state.

It should be a rip snorting good time. Dive into Faith Based Affordable Housing, or get historical and blog about the importance of church state separation over time. Its all good, and all welcome. Let’s get this party started!


3 Responses

  1. Yeah! And thanks for the props!!!

  2. This is a really important issue, but as the son of a raving atheist mother, I think I can safely say that you gotta be careful the pendulum doesn’t swing completely in the opposite direction. Church may not be for everyone, and it may not be helpful for thinking/rational people at all (I don’t agree with that, completely), but it holds high importance for a lot of folks.

    Just need to educate them that keeping government out of the religion business is just as important as keeping it out of all the other businesses (especially war).

    you know who I support, so I won’t say it!

  3. Blue Gal, Hells Yes!
    Church can hold the highest importance for folks. Blogging against theocracy is about letting individuals practice (or not practice) as they wish, without interfering in anyone else’s rights.
    Ron Paul actually does have a problematic stance on the separation of Church and State.

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