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Wtodd
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Tampa, FL
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Christianity wins in Florida
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Cross targeted by atheists will remain standing on Florida public property

Finally something noteworthy from Florida (other than me )

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A 78-year-old cross on public property in Florida targeted by atheist groups will remain standing after a victory in the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals.

The court ruled Wednesday that the Bayview Cross in Pensacola, which was built ahead of World War II as a place for the community to gather, does not violate the Constitution.

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“The Supreme Court has now made clear that religious symbols are an important part of our nation’s history and culture,” Luke Goodrich, vice president and senior counsel at Becket, said in a statement.

Moar winning

Fox


FearlessFreep
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Baja Alabama
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re: Christianity wins in Florida
Good to hear. It’s about a dozen blocks from me as I type this, I jog by it every other morning


Kentucker
Kentucky Fan
Cincinnati, KY
Member since Apr 2013
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re: Christianity wins in Florida
Looking forward to the Muslim crescents on public property?


FooManChoo
Georgia Fan
Member since Dec 2012
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re: Christianity wins in Florida
Why would Christians look forward to that?


Wtodd
Missouri Fan
Tampa, FL
Member since Oct 2013
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re: Christianity wins in Florida
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Muslim crescents

Crescents rolls are good at Christmas dinner


The Maj
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re: Christianity wins in Florida
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Crescents rolls are good
anytime

FIFY


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Erin Go Bragh
Notre Dame Fan
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re: Christianity wins in Florida
Some atheists, certainly not all, are attention-seeking wussies.


Homesick Tiger
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re: Christianity wins in Florida
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Crescents rolls are good at Christmas dinner



Or for breakfast when you cut it in half with a little smokey rolled up in it.


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Kentucker
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Kentucker
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re: Christianity wins in Florida
There are other religious symbols. If Crosses can be displayed, why can’t all symbols be on public property?


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EvrybodysAllAmerican
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re: Christianity wins in Florida
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Muslim crescents on public property?


are not

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an important part of our nation’s history and culture,”


Kentucker
Kentucky Fan
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re: Christianity wins in Florida
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Some Christians, certainly not all, are attention-seeking wussies.


This works, too.


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jnethe1
LSU Fan
Pearland
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re: Christianity wins in Florida
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Looking forward to the Muslim crescents on public property?



Nope, every country that is predominantly Muslim is absolute ass.


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FooManChoo
Georgia Fan
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re: Christianity wins in Florida
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There are other religious symbols. If Crosses can be displayed, why can’t all symbols be on public property?
I get that there are other religious symbols in the world.

Why would a Christian look forward to any of them being displayed?


Kentucker
Kentucky Fan
Cincinnati, KY
Member since Apr 2013
15037 posts

re: Christianity wins in Florida
Our Constitution has always placed equal value on religions. Always.


Kentucker
Kentucky Fan
Cincinnati, KY
Member since Apr 2013
15037 posts

re: Christianity wins in Florida
Because they come with Christian symbols. All will have to be equal in the eyes of our Constitutionally driven laws.


The Maj
Alabama Fan
Member since Sep 2016
10373 posts

re: Christianity wins in Florida
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Our Constitution has always placed equal value on religions.


I don't think you understand the concept of "historical significance"...



Erin Go Bragh
Notre Dame Fan
Beyond the Pale
Member since Dec 2007
13716 posts

re: Christianity wins in Florida
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There are other religious symbols. If Crosses can be displayed, why can’t all symbols be on public property?

I believe it would be far more likely atheists would go after Muslim or Buddist symbols before a Christian group would.


FooManChoo
Georgia Fan
Member since Dec 2012
27733 posts

re: Christianity wins in Florida
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Because they come with Christian symbols. All will have to be equal in the eyes of our Constitutionally driven laws.
Christians generally aren’t pluralists. Christianity is an exclusive religion.

So why would Christians “look forward” to other religious symbols being displayed?


Kentucker
Kentucky Fan
Cincinnati, KY
Member since Apr 2013
15037 posts

re: Christianity wins in Florida
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I don't think you understand the concept of "historical significance"...


Do you understand that the Constitution is above historical significance?


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