Carl Silverman from the Pennsylvania Nonbelievers is the guest this time. Carl doesn’t have typical opinions about some subjects, like the word marriage, and he shares some of those on this podcast.
Does the Pennsylvania government spend too much of it’s time talking about and debating religious issues and creating legislation about religion? Why is it most states can function without pointing out their tolerance of religions but Pennsylvania feels the need for a ‘year of the bible’ and other similar legislation? We get some background information about that. Carl has been involved in addressing religion in schools for years and has brought the subject into the the public spotlight.
To read more about the Abington case began when Edward Schempp, a Unitarian Universalist and a resident of Abington Township, Pennsylvania, filed suit against the Abington School District click here