Many religious folk on these forums argue that the US is "a Christian
nation", as justification for mingling religion with public and legal
issues. Some go so far as to say that those who will not comply with and honor
the Judeo-Christian principles upon which they claim our nation was founded,
should leave or be subject to the full penalty of law.How does such
thinking look in reverse? Like this case in Sudan. Do the aforementioned
religious folk support the Islamic principles upon which the Sudanese government
is built, and honor the mixing of religion with public and civic policy there?
If so, you must also support the death penalty for this fellow Christian woman
who is violating the law of her country!Either that, or oppose the
unjust treatment of this woman as well as support a strong separation of Church
and State as a fundamental principle of true "religious freedom".
The real war on women being waged by sick people liberals love to defend!