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Is Freedom Possible Without Faith in God?

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Without God, there are no “unalienable Rights,” only temporary liberties graciously granted by those in power to those without power, until, of course, they are dismantled for whatever reason those in control determine is necessary.

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In a recent speech by Antonin Scalia, the Supreme Court justice claimed the United States has always had a special relationship with God, suggesting one reason America has been so successful is because of the nation’s tradition of faith.

“God has been very good to us. That we won the revolution was extraordinary. The Battle of Midway was extraordinary. I think one of the reasons God has been good to us is that we have done him honor. Unlike the other countries of the world that do not even invoke his name we do him honor. In presidential addresses, in Thanksgiving proclamations and in many other ways,” Scalia said.

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