Here’s a link to an article I found on Huffington Post:
I am a firm believer in the separation of church & state. However, I wonder if it might not be more profitable to challenge this law in ways that are more creative than your average lawsuit?
This amendment is obviously the brain-child of Christian fundamentalists trying to assert their dominance over society.
So, imagine what it would be like if state legislation sessions began with a tribal shaman blessing the four directions and smudging the delegates? How would it change the flow of public debate if committee meetings began with five minutes of guided Zazen meditation? Can you imagine a room full of Missouri politicians bowing in reverence toward Mecca?
Of course, they’d never go for it (thus revealing the inherent problem with this amendment), but the idea certainly creates intriguing mental images.