So God then does belong in the secular sphere as well?
Yes, the God of ordained all power. Romans, in the thirteenth chapter, says, "Let every soul be subject to the power because there's no higher power but of God. The powers that be are ordained of God."

What do you think of George W. Bush's record so far on matters concerning church and state?
That's a political opinion and I'm not going to get into it.

Ok. So, what's next for you--are you going to continue your Ten Commandments battle?
I'll always continue recognizing God in whatever job or office I hold and continue to speak and talk about our rights and liberties under this country, how they're being taken away from us. As late as 1941 and 1946, the United States Supreme Court recognized religious liberty comes from God; we need to do the same.

Do you think you'll ever see a time when the Ten Commandments can be displayed in a courtroom without a court battle ensuing?
I think that time is now. I think the only reason they're not is because we have judges who don't know what they're doing on the bench.

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