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From a Legal Perspective, Do the Words "under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance Improperly Endorse Religion?

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  • No, "under God" does not endorse religion.

    Most people in the United States (approximately 90%) believe that there is a God. The words in the Pledge of Allegiance do not specify what God we are referring to, so they aren't endorsing a specific religion or faith. We must also remember that God is mentioned in the Declaration of Independence, so there is a foundation for these words to be in the Pledge of Allegiance, even though these two words were added in modern times.

  • From a Legal Perspective, the Words "under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance do not Improperly Endorse Religion.

    The Pledge of Allegiance is just a traditional activity for school children. From a legal perspective, it has no significance. Also, it doesn't support any religion in particular. Many religions are polytheistic, so it can't endorse them, since it only mentions a single God. The Pledge of Allegiance is just a simple tradition and nothing more.


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