(September 14, 2005)
'Under God' Is Held Unconstitutional--Again
What's behind Judge Lawrence K. Karlton's ruling that schoolchildren can't recite the Pledge, and where will it lead us?
Is It Really Over?
Those for and against 'under God' agree that the Supreme Court's Pledge case dismissal was not the end of the controversy.
Does the Pledge Trivialize Religion?
A number of clergy argue there are religious grounds for striking 'under God' from the Pledge of Allegiance.
Charlotte Hays: 'Under God' is not coercion
Jesse Kornbluth: Right decision, wrong PR
Why I Did It
The pledge plaintiff explains why started his court battle.
By Michael Newdow
The Pledge Doesn't Help Religion
Taking 'under God' out of the Pledge of Allegiance may only make us more religious.
By Brad Gooch
The Myth of Religious Concensus
Millions of Americans--including Hindus, Buddhists, and atheists--do not believe in a single God.
By Jonathan Zimmerman
'Under G-d' Is on Our Hearts
Religious conviction is--and has always been--central to the American republic.
By Rabbi Shmuley Boteach
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Reactions to Pledge Ruling
One Nation, Under God(s)
The pledge ruling raised a fundamental question: Is America really monotheistic?
Beliefnet Interview with Michael Newdow
Michael Newdow's official litigation site