By Matthew Brown, Deseret News
Published: Friday, Nov. 30 2012 6:35 a.m. MST
After nearly 60 years in picturesque Palisades Park, the traditional Christmas Nativity tableau has found some room in the industrial park region of this coastal city west of Los Angeles.
So I really don't get these atheists.. if they don't believe in God,
why do the references to God get their hackles up so strongly?
"There's no war on Christmas, but there is a war involving the
entanglement of church and state at Christmastime, . . . and said they
don't believe religious or anti-religious displays should be allowed on
Re: The Scientist"Atheists win again in defending the First
Amendment."More like the Atheist succeed in denying some peoples
right to First Amendment protection, over their right to First Amendment
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Matt writes about faith how it is lived, how it intersects with society and how current trends affect religious practice. He returned to reporting and writing after more than 12 years as an editor, most recently a more ..