Barry W. Lynn

Americans United for Separation of Church and State

Guest

Executive Director of Americans United for Separation of Church and State, a nonprofit advocacy organization; ordained United Church of Christ minister and author of Piety and Politics: The Right-Wing Assault on Religious Freedom

Barry W. Lynn on KCRW

To say that a cross honors only dead Christian soldiers is "an outrageous conclusion."

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Massachusetts Senator John Kennedy became America's first Catholic president after a  speech  in which he said no Catholic prelate would tell him what to do in the White House.

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