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It all comes in response to a Catholic group’s display honoring Jesus: One banner reads, “In Reason We Trust,” and pictures Thomas Jefferson, highlighting his famous advice to a nephew: “Question with boldness even the existence of a god.” The other side proclaims, “Keep State & Religion Separate,” and pictures President John Adams, who signed the Treaty of Tripoli, which assured “…
the government of the United States is not in any sense, founded on the Christian religion.”The FFRF display is designed to balance a period of prayer and evangelism in Daley Plaza by a Catholic group, the Thomas More Society, that has preached in the plaza every Easter since 2011.
'I really like the kind of peripheral things about Christmas.
Scientist and atheist Richard Dawkins has admitted he does celebrate Christmas - and enjoys singing traditional Christmas carols each festive season.
The writer and evolutionary biologist told singer Jarvis Cocker that he happily wishes everyone a Merry Christmas - and used to have a tree when his daughter was younger.
I can't bear Jingle Bells and Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer and you might think from that that I was religious, that I can't bear the ones that make no mention of religion.
But I just think they are dreadful tunes and even more dreadful words.