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Why 'In God We Trust' Challenge Will Fail

By Jay Sekulow1452878264232

There are many issues right now dominating the headlines: Presidential debates...The rising fear of terrorism....Growing concern about the economy.

With all that news, you may have missed this headline: “Lawsuit demands U.S. remove ‘In God We Trust’ from money.”

That’s right. A federal lawsuit has been filed to remove our national motto – ‘In God We Trust’ – from the currency. If this sounds familiar, it should. This is not the first time that challenge has been made. . . .

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