Letter from ACLJ: “The angry atheist Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) has just filed a federal lawsuit against the United States government claiming that our National Motto, “In God We Trust,” should be erased from our currency. Their arguments–in an absurd 112-page complaint–range from the strange to the ridiculous. For instance an atheist a coin collector, after collecting for 40 years, now feels she can’t freely practice her hobby anymore because it’s just so offensive to her to read “In God We Trust” on our coins. Plus, when she travels to other countries, she feels she’s being force to “proselytize” for the Christian view.
Such a claim is almost unbelievable. Yet this lawsuit has to be taken seriously because all it takes is ONE WIN by the atheists and our religious liberties begin to disintegrate. “
What I do not understand is if a person does not believe in God, then why is it a problem seeing our motto. What would they like on our coins, since this country was founded specifically for religious freedom for Christian and Puritans.
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