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Washington Post Calls For End Of Free Religion

Free Exercise of Religion? No, Thanks.
"The taming and domestication of religious faith is one of the unceasing chores of civilization."

"...the absurdly named Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. More usually known as the Mormon church, it can boast Glenn Beck as one of its recruits... 1963, the Mormon church had not yet gotten around to recognizing black people as fully human or as eligible for full membership. (Its leadership subsequently underwent a "revelation" allowing a change on this point..."

Completely false. There was no Mormon exclusion of black people until they moved to Utah, at which point they excluded "people of black African descent (regardless of actual skin color) from Priesthood ordination and from participation in temple ceremonies." They got full membership and were certainly considered fully human.

Slate online magazine (run by WaPo/Newsweek) begins the bigotry with these bold-faced lies about Mormons because of the recent conservative Glenn Beck rally. The revelation changing this stance on race was not at all subsequent to the 1963 March on Washington. It happened more than a decade later in 1978.

"This opportunism closely shadowed an earlier adjustment of Mormon dogma, abandoning its historic and violent attachment to polygamy."

Historic? Polygamy among the Mormons didn't start until the late 1830s. Violent? The only violence came from the United States army which invaded Utah based on false reports of insurrection among the Mormons.

"More recently, Gov. Mitt Romney had to assure voters that he did not regard the prophet, or head of the Mormon church, as having ultimate moral and spiritual authority on all matters. Nothing, he swore, could override the U.S. Constitution. "

Not what he said. This shows a profound misunderstanding of Mormons. Romney said in that speech that "freedom and religion endure together or perish alone." The prophet would not influence his decisions in office because that office would be his highest cause. The prophet's authority doesn't matter. It's called separation of church and state!

Next Washington Post bashes Catholics:

" the time John F. Kennedy was breaking the unspoken taboo on the election of a Catholic as president, the Vatican had just begun to consider making public atonement for centuries of Jew-hatred and a more recent sympathy for fascism. Even today, many lay Catholics are appalled at the Vatican's protection of men who are sought for questioning in one of the gravest of all crimes: the organized rape of children."

Of course we know it's silly to claim that Catholic church gave sympathy to fascism. Whatever sympathy leaders gave was forced. The rape scandal of recent times wasn't an "organized" conspiracy! You kidding me?

"It is generally agreed that the church's behavior and autonomy need to be modified to take account both of American law and American moral outrage. So much for the naive invocation of "free exercise.""

Wow. No one disagrees that religions need to adhere to our laws, that religious exercise can't impeded on others' civil liberties. But Washington Post actually asserts that most people think we need to dissolve organized religions because of "moral outrage" from liberals.

"The taming and domestication of religion is one of the unceasing chores of civilization. Those who pretend that we can skip this stage in the present case are deluding themselves and asking for trouble not just in the future but in the immediate present."

Unbelievable fascism!

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