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02/23/2005

Prison Museums

by Jeremy Hooper

Dr. Richard Land, moral issues spokesman for the Southern Baptist Convention, says that the next 10 to 15 years will decide whether America succumbs to a "neo-pagan triumph" or returns to a "Judeo-Christian moral consensus where rape and illegitimacy are rare, marriage and child-rearing are valued, and prisons are converted into museums."

Prisons converted into museums, huh? And what pieces will be on display at these "museums?" Well, of course we have an idea:

Field trips are fun!

Evangelical Christians Seek America's 'Moral Renewal' [Crosswalk.com]

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