12130 posts since 12/12/07
No. No. No. You didn't read Revelation correctly, Spurge.
In the end there will be one world religion.
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2892 posts since 03/04/11
The same token that people use to argue against separation of church and state would make it very much illegal for the US government to outlaw Christianity or any religion. So unless the government decides to just forget about that whole Constitution thing (more than it already has), or the amendment process is changed to where only the states of Washington and perhaps New York have a voice in what passes, then no, that won't happen.
Is there even a single atheist politician in any major office in all of US? The electorate overwhelmingly prefers religious candidates.
The United States is immensely religious, and according to studies, atheists are the most loathed and mistrusted group -Americans even prefer hard-line muslims over atheists.
So chances of religion becoming illegal in US? 0%
2478 posts since 06/04/07
on 29 June 2014
Making 'thoughts' illegal... yeah that should work in America.
There's this fascinating documentary called "Jesus Camp", made in 2006 I think. Its basically a horror movie, but actually real. Its a good watch.
Could we at least give religion an age restriction? To stop the brainwashing of little kids?
(The answer is simple, of course we can't... Oh well.)