Then don't you think that it's inappropriate for a nation of over 300,000,000 people, a huge swath of which don't accept god claims, to write that it trusts in such a creature on its currency? My guess is that no gods exist. Where's the coin for that? Or maybe I'm not considered fully American. That's the message being sent. How much loyalty should an unbeliever show to a nation that defines itself by god beliefs?
Christians don't really care about non-Christians that feel excluded by such language, do they? The usual attitude is that we should stop complaining and just suck it up. But is that consistent with the Golden Rule? Does that rule matter at all, or is it just so many words?
Good answer.why don't you send all your cash to me if you are so disturbed by it? every atheists I know kiss the bills, you are very strange.
I'll accept it as a "No, we don't" response to my question, "Christians don't really care about non-Christians that feel excluded by such language, do they?"
I hope you'll understand why I don't have much respect for Christian ethics, and why I flinch when I hear Christians reciting the Golden Rule.
How do you recommend that I answer Christians when they appeal to my sense of fairness in consideration of their wants and needs?