Vocal Point-Hon. Darrell White

Topic: Acknowledging God Does Is Not Unconstitutional.

Does the Constitution prohibit the public acknowledgement of God? Today’s secularists say it does, and they even go to court to try and prevent religious references by our public officials. We know the Constitution says, in the First Amendment: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.” We also know that the Constitution prohibits a religious test for those serving in office. But does no religious test mean excluding God from the public square? Meanwhile, are judges allowed to recognize God? Judge Darrell White, founder and director of the American Judicial Alliance, joins Jerry Newcombe to unpack all these things for us.  www.ajatoday.com