Jonathan Lubecky 
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Re: “One Post & Courier columnist could use a First Amendment primer

So the Supreme Court ruled in Lemon v Kurtzman that support for a church or religion that serves a secular purpose is permitted. As SHL has clearly demonstrated by their support of feeding the homeless, that is a secular purpose. If the food bank is used to advance religion, that is a different story, but to my knowledge no one has gone to the Old Fort Baptist Church does use their food pantry to advance religion, or merely to feed the poor. When using religious charities (catholic charities for counseling and food pantry) I have never seen religion as an aspect of this charity. Does SHL also think that if police investigate a theft at a church, or firefighters putting out a fire at a church is establishing religion?

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Posted by Jonathan Lubecky on December 31, 2014 at 11:43 AM
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