Sunday, November 8, 2009

Consider This

"[We] need to communicate more effectively the true nature of what the First Amendment says and doesn’t say. It never promises a religion-free society. At the very most, you can say that the First Amendment guarantees a secular government. But that secular government – for its very survival – presupposes the continued existence of a deeply religious nation." -- Michael Medved, best-selling author and radio talk show host.

This quote comes from an interview that the Alliance Defense Fund (ADF) did with Michael Medved on public education. The interview was published in the ADF's quarterly publication Truth & Triumph.