When I used to see televangelists on TV, I thought the whole audience was in on the joke and it was provided for my entertainment.

Declaring God to be real is a part of some religions.

Being compelled to declare God is not real as part of a public school assignment infringes upon religious freedoms guaranteed by the 1st Amendment.

I don’t know what’s mainstream or not, honestly. Most of my friends are atheist or agnostic or they belong to mainstream religions or some esoteric ones but each with primarily humanitarian values and nothing dramatic.

I “hear about” these believers but I almost never see an evidence of them, except on TV. 30 years in NJ and 13 years in Florida, and I rarely encountered a real Bible thumper. Maybe three times.

Yet, I believe they exist because media tells me so tongue emoticon

When I used to see televangelists on TV, I thought the whole audience was in on the joke and it was provided for my entertainment. I’m still skeptical a little, although I’m sure there’s believers out there. smile emoticon

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