It’s no secret to non-Christians that Christians in the US (and religious people everywhere, for that matter) often have double-standards about what’s fair when it comes to religion. When they don’t get their way, they like to imagine that they are being discriminated against. Recently, Laura Mallory went to court to keep Harry Potter books out of schools. Her reasoning? Witchcraft is an actual religion, and therefore, having Harry Potter books in schools violates the separation of church and state.
But the newspaper also quotes her: “I have a dream that God will be welcomed back in our schools again,” Mallory said. “I think we need him.”
Upholding the “separation of church and state” except in cases where it involves Christianity.