Should "under God" be removed from The Pledge of Allegiance?
- 5 months ago
Jesus said st John 17:16 They are no part of the world,a just as I am no part of the world.
- PubliusLv 75 months ago
No. God exists, whether you like it or not.
- oldprofLv 75 months ago
In my book...yes. As an atheist I find those two words offensive. And it certainly is not a separation of church from State with that phrase.
- PaulLv 75 months ago
It would be a major step toward the destruction of our country.
- What do you think of the answers? You can sign in to give your opinion on the answer.
- CaesarLv 75 months ago
"under God", was added in 1954. Francis Julius Bellamy was an American Christian socialist minister and author, best known for writing the original version of the U.S. Pledge of Allegiance.
1892 "I pledge allegiance to my Flag and the Republic for which it stands, one nation, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all."
- RichardLv 75 months ago
This phrase was added to the pledge in the 1950s. It was not used until then.
In my opinion, the US should not acknowledge ANY religion nor religious motto, but the Supreme Court once ruled that an empty slogan like this is permissible.
- bartyLv 75 months ago
It never should have been added in the first place.
- 5 months ago
We do not conform to libtards
- Donut TimLv 75 months ago
If you wish then, yes. Go ahead and make any changes that you desire.
The pledge of allegiance is not a law. It is not a legal ruling. It is merely a sentence that you can do with as you please. No one, anywhere, is required to say it.
- Anonymous5 months ago
No never, it belongs there!