Megachurch pastor Robert Jeffress is probably best-known for his anti-Mormon, anti-Mitt Romney statements during the 2008 Republican presidential primaries but he has lots of other opinions too.

 

Today the Reverend Jeffress has had a letter published in the "On Faith" section of the Washington Post. It seems he read the story last week of how someone had left a large wooden cross in the newly-built pagan worship site at the US Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Co.

 

It wasn't the possible misuse of a cross that worried him, nor was he concerned about the probable desecration of another religion's worship site. No, what raised the good reverend's ire was the fact that such a site existed at all... (more here)

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"Since God is not an American, there is no reason to think He has a particular affinity for our ideas about the separation of church and state."

A lot of Tea-Baggers are going to be disappointed to learn that God is not an American.

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