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Religion is a very controversial subject in todays political scene Stephen L Carter wrote an article The Culture of Disbelief about religion in todays political society It includes how the American culture is taught to hide their religious beliefs to be politically correct My peers and I express our various opinions toward Mr Carters article Stephen L Carters article is shows that politics put religious beliefs on the back burner He also says that we are taught to act as if our faith does not matter to us when it comes to legal or political issues Although this is what the public is taught to do when religion is brought into the political scene it does not always happen that way When a political leader does do something religious such as wearing a cross as a necklace the public runs to the opportunity to point out that it was wrong Carter replies one sees a trend in our political and legal cultures toward treating religious beliefs as arbitrary and unimportant a trend supported by a rhetoric that implies that there is something wrong with religious devotion178 Carter disagrees that our culture teaches us that religion is not to be taken seriously There are we are taught by our opinion leaders religious matters and important matters and disaster arises when we confuse the two Carter also mentions 179 We asked to separate our private lives and our public life to hide the fact that God is important to us We are one of the most religious nations on earth in the sense that we have a deeply religious citizenry he uses for an example 180 He states that the First Amendment to the Constitution guarantees the free exercise of the religion but also prohibits its establishment by the government The price of faith in our society is harsh Teachers are not allowed to take personal belonging containing religion to school because the children might be influenced
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