With Republican debates dominating the political conversation in recent weeks, the most circulated religion-related stories have pitted the "Godly" against the "Godless." As part of a motion that passed 396-9 in favor of "reaffirming 'In God We Trust' as the official motto of the United States," Arizona Republican Congressman Trent Franks offered a bizarre -- but all too common -- defense of religious morality.
"If man is God," Franks said, "then an atheist state is as brutal as the thesis that it rests upon, and there is no longer any reason for us to gather here in this place. We should just let anarchy prevail because, after all, we're just worm food."
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