I have no "peers", and it's obvious that you are incapable of answering the question.
Who said religion was or needed to be sanitary.
Yes, but to pretend like businesses can chose to ignore local, state, and federal laws (as if religion trumps laws) is a fallacy. It does not matter if your religion says you must not serve Jews, or Muslims, or blacks, or atheist you will likely see and lose that law suit.
I see what you did there.
And yet the suburban protestant church I was involved in did what? Monthly food collections for the Catholic Charities food bank, supporting a few missionaries overseas, providing some families toys and gifts for Christmas and a very expensive "mission trip" for kids in the youth group. Anything that could be done at a distance without personal involvement. God forbid that the homeless might show up at the church!.
Lol why you gotta rub in my failure to plan?
Your God sure seems to have made a lot of these folks. Are you sure He's that bad at making breeders?
Now we get into a slippery slope. Does the state have authority over you or do you have authority over the state. If the state can come and take your children because they want to force medicine on them, what makes it stop? If this is the case then the state has authority over you so then it can't be made up about the people. I just don't see this ending well or working.
Awwwwww c'mere!! I'm so sorry. I even prepared a PowerPoint presentation. Gracie had cookies ready and everything. DAMMIT!!!!
When comparing the US with the UK you might look at the overall picture. London may have a higher rate than New York but the overall rates are:
None of them ever do. The FISA court has been a rubber stamp of approval since its inception.
Which in no way makes it the public square. You are absolutely attempting to deflect from that.
Religious speakers can come in, jewish speakers, muslims, gays, sex education etc....all could be allowed to speak at a school in an assembly.
When I am out tonight driving for Uber, I will be prepared!
The problem with the OP is that is mixes statistics about atheists generally with comments about organized atheism. This causes confusion. If you want your subject to deal only with organized atheism, leave all the stats out of it unless you can prove that they apply to organized atheism.