JFK made a speech that discussed church, state, and religion which had a huge impact on me and I believe it is even more important today.
" Our belief in church should be important only to the individual and his God. It is more important for this nation to discuss the kind of American we believe in. We need to keep in mind that our problems are man made - therefore they can be solved by man, and man can be as big as he wants."
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