9/11, however, is something that I still get overly emotional about to this day. I don't get offended and ask people to take off their cross necklaces when I am in the same room as them. If people find solace in this, then so be it.
People should be able to view it thru their own eyes and make their determinations. I see it as artwork and a symbol for the Christian religion. I dont find it offensive. Im not a christian but I do believe in God.
One has freedom of not.freedom.from. I dont worship the cross but the ONE who.was ressurected. It's a cross. No one is forcing hommage to be paid, no one is making an atheist kiss it and drop money and flowers to it etc.
by Anonymous 7
August 18, 2012 at 11:05 AM
Thought religion and government were supposed to be separate?
Many museums are run by the government and have religious pieces in them. If the piece is a part of the history that museum is representing it belongs there regardless of any religious significance.
If it's public land, it shouldn't be there. End of story.