Boldly stated and passionately supported, this argument against religious influence on the American government and legal system analyzes the impact that religion has on culture in the United States. The book makes the claim that many laws based on religious beliefs, specifically theology promoted in the Middle Ages, are misattributed as long-standing social values and that changing the theology itself threatens the religious institution supporting itaigniting a cultural war engulfed in fear and resulting in political dysfunction. It reveals that from sexuality to family planning and the tax system, religious doctrines permeate and direct American life without accounting for the differing views of individuals, and in response, the author provides strategies for overcoming the imposition of external religious views and demonstrates the value in standing up for a secular nation where morality is not tied to one particular religious group.provided these services at very low cost to low-income women who need themmost. Planned Parenthood isnot alone in being ... The IUDaalthoughgood forseveral yearsacosts $800 to $1, 000 up front. Other methodsare comparablyanbsp;...
|Author||:||Marie Alena Castle|
|Publisher||:||See Sharp Press - 2013-04-01|