No place for Washington to punish churches over politics
April 9, 2018
This past weekend looked a lot like 1954. As Rasmussen reports more than half of Americans attended church on Easter and an even higher percentage of American Jews participated in a Passover Seder according to JNS. This is encouraging considering that barely one-in-three Americans attend church or synagogue in a given week. Back in 1954, almost half of Americans were attending a place of worship on a given weekend. It was also the last year those places of worship were allowed to engage in political activity.
Read more at: http://thehill.com/opinion/civil-rights/381299-no-place-for-washington-to-punish-churches-over-politics
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