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  1. ...the Establishment Clause. The court cases Epperson v . Arkansas , Willoughby v . Stever, and Wright v . Houston...

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  2. Lots of southern states did and probably new England for a time too.

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  3. ...the Establishment Clause. The court cases Epperson v . Arkansas , Willoughby v . Stever, and Wright v . Houston...

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  4. ...the Establishment Clause. The court cases Epperson v . Arkansas , Willoughby v . Stever, and Wright v . Houston...

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  5. dogma runs their lives.

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  6. ...quot;a wall of separation between Church and State." In Epperson v . Arkansas , (393 U.S. 97, 1968), Justice Fortas in his unanimous...

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  7. Why would it be wrong? The underlying assumption is that somehow the bastard children of Christian believers--Creationism and Intelligent Design-- have as much validity as evolution from a scientific perspective. In...

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  8. ... a child to participate in Bible reading and prayer unconstitutional. Epperson v . Arkansas , 89 S. Ct. 266 (1968) State statue banning teaching...

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  9. I would use that book very carefully. There's probably a really good reason that no cite was provided - no such legal precedent exists.

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  10. Winners never quit, quitters never win, but someone who never wins and never quits is a creationist. Judging by some of the answers on this thread, they are simply too dumb to grasp the pattern...

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