Today, the Wall that separates church and state is under assault as never before. Leading this effort is a far-right evangelical movement intent on turning the United States into their version of a Christian nation. We see Religious Right ideologues being appointed to all levels of the judiciary including the Supreme Court. Cabinet appointees are carrying out a Religious Right agenda that is a threat to all of us but especially to women, LGBTQ people, public school students and families, religious minorities, the nonreligious, and virtually everyone who does not share their worldview.

The San Antonio Chapter of Americans United for Separation of Church and State fights to keep the bedrock of our freedoms, church/state separation, on a strong and firm foundation. I’m glad you’ve come to our website. Look around. If you have questions, contact us. We are constantly upgrading our website and adding content. But most important, help us in this fight against religious extremism. Become a member, donate, join us. We know exactly what will happen if church and state become one. Liberty of conscience, the great gift of the American Revolution, will disappear and the light of freedom and hope will be extinguished. We can’t let that happen.

–Eric Lane, President, San Antonio Chapter

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