Yes everywhere except in a Church
This belief has become very dangerous and has held back humanity by subconsciously making one think lower of themselves. The only physical manifestation of god is the Earth.
If someone wants to thank God let them. There's no harm in it. Same if they want to thank any other god. It's their business.
With the freedom of speech, we have to right to thank whoever we please for whatever reason.
Freedom of speech and freedom of religion allow us to thank God at any time.
Freedom of religion and freedom of speech.
I don't believe in God, I believe in the 1st amendment of the United States. A person's right to say what they want and believe what they want is quite self explanatory... NO.. Mentioning God in any shape or form, in any manner, regardless of reason, should not banned.
No. However, I am a strong believer in ridiculing and/or publicly shaming people for saying incredibly stupid things - like the maker of this poll.
Why should someone be forced to do something morally OK that they don't want to do?
ive been a christian for all my life and i believe anyone who is also a christian should be able to thank god for their success.
No. The freedom of speech is human's rights.
No get out here with all yo salt
Freedom of speech
Everybody has a right to practice religion, as stated in the First Amendment. Banning the mention of God from speeches is censorship, which is something that violates the First Amendment.
I am not a fan for the Religious Industrial Complex or an individual institution of faith. My answer of NO is also meet with the answer of YES (to some degree). When one group of people try to power their beliefs onto others, then that is when I have a problem with that. The fact is that there are many words, or even phases used in many of our languages that are consider taboo or inappropriate. For someone to tell me I cannot use such a word, phase, or sentence I believe they should go buzz off. Religion should not be forced on to no one. But if one wants to say god bless at the end of a sentence why not. It should not hurt your they say it. They are mare words. But if that person tries to come up preaching something to me and I did not give them consent then that should be illegal and banned. I should not be on the bus hearing you read the bible out-loud. This idea is like saying that people cannot bring their bibles on the bus, or reading to themselves. That is going to far. So I say welcome to use the language but use it with respect. AND do not preach.
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NO. Freedom of speech and religion, as ive seen others say, protect our right to say whatever we want. So thanking God in a speech is protected by 2 constitutional rights.
It is a 1st Amendment right.
Revering God shows what standards you hold your own reality to. People shouldn't hold back about being honest about what they think its all about. Watch the Twilight Zone episode- "The Obsolete Man".